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John Keese: CTC Uses Autonomic Resources Service to Gain FedRAMP OK

John Keese,  Autonomic Resources - ExecutiveMosaicConcurrent Technologies Corp. has received a provisional authority-to-operate from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board by using an Autonomic Resources infrastructure-as-a-service tool.

CTC leveraged Autonomic Resources’ ARC-P cloud service for the FedRAMP’s Re-Platforming initiative that aims to help information technology vendors gain the highest ATO possible, the companies said Tuesday.

John Keese, president and CEO of Autonomic Resources, said the ARC-P service’s JAB P-ATO accreditation is meant to help CTC and other IT vendors manage accreditation expenses and market deliveries.

The ARC-P product is designed to offer authorization controls and to help CTC gain the first accreditation for an external cloud vendor’s application based on an existing accredited cloud service.

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