AWS, CSRA, Microsoft Get Provisional Authorization Under FedRAMP High Baseline

cloud securityTYSONS CORNER, VA, June 24, 2016 — Amazon Web Services (Nasdaq: AMZN), CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) and Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) have been designated cloud service providers under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program‘s high baseline security level, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

The companies met the high baseline requirements that the FedRAMP program management office released June 17, which aim to secure sensitive, unclassified government data in the cloud.

The Joint Authorization Board awarded the provisional authorization to operate cloud systems for agencies to AWS for AWS GovCloud, CSRA’s Autonomic Resources unit for ARC-P IaaS and Microsoft for Azure GovCloud.

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