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GSA Seeks to Fill 4 Seats on Federal Secure Cloud Advisory Committee

The General Services Administration is calling for applications to fill four seats on the Federal Secure Cloud Advisory Committee.

Established by the Federal Advisory Committee Act, FSCAC is tasked with providing the GSA administrator and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program board with guidance regarding the government’s adoption of cloud technologies, according to a notice posted Friday on the Federal Register.

It is also responsible for ensuring the effective rollout of cloud technologies by, among other things, working to improve the FedRAMP authorization process and by gathering input from various agencies regarding their compliance with FedRAMP requirements.

The committee is composed of no more than 15 members, of which five are representatives of businesses that provide cloud computing services or products. Of those five, two should be representatives from small businesses.

The applicants being sought by the GSA are for four of the five seats designated for cloud computing providers. Two of the vacancies are for small business representatives.

Interested parties have until Jan. 22 to submit applications.

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