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Axon’s Digital Evidence Mgmt System Earns FedRAMP Authorization; Richard Coleman Quoted

Richard Coleman

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 29, 2019 — Axon, an Arizona-based connected public safety technology provider, secured clearance from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Joint Authorization Board to offer its digital evidence management system to law enforcement agencies, ExecutiveBiz reported April 16.

The company said April 16 federal agencies can now deploy its Axon Evidence software-as-a-service cloud technology after it was granted a FedRAMP JAB provisional authority to operate.

Richard Coleman, vice president and general manager of Axon’s federal sector, said Axon Evidence will work to enable law enforcement agencies to securely store evidence and case-related data as well as share them with federal partners.

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