Tag Archives: Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program

Craig Abod, Carahsoft President, Wins 2021 Wash100 Award for Leading Company Growth, Driving Cloud, IT Capabilities Through Major Partnerships

Executive Mosaic is honored to introduce Craig Abod, president of Carahsoft Technology, as a recipient of the 2021 Wash100 Award, the most coveted and prestigious award in all of government contracting (GovCon). This marks the seventh consecutive year that Abod has won the award and been recognized for his commitment …

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Zimperium Named GSA and CDM Approved Vendor Through Partnership With Vertosoft


Vertosoft, a company focused on driving emerging technology growth in the government, announced today that their partner Zimperium has been named an approved vendor under the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 70. Zimperium is a global leader in mobile device and app security, offering the only real-time, on-device, machine learning-based protection against Android, iOS, and Chromebooks threats.

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TPG to Buy Majority Stake in Privileged Access Mgmt Tech Provider Centrify


Global alternative asset firm TPG has agreed to purchase a majority stake in Centrify from Thoma Bravo for an undisclosed sum in a move to help Centrify expand its presence in the privileged access management and identity security market. Art Gilliland, formerly head of Symantec Enterprise, will succeed Flint Brenton as CEO of Centrify as part of the transaction.

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Boomi’s Alan Lawrence: Federal IT Modernization Key to Improve Data Security, Engagement & Mission Outcomes

Alan Lawrence, vice president of federal at Dell Technologies‘ (NYSE: DELL) Boomi business, said government agencies should shift their focus from maintaining legacy information technology systems and applications to advancing IT modernization to improve data security, employee and customer engagement and mission outcomes. “Data has become a valuable asset and …

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Maximus, Genesys Issue Report on Gov’t Agencies’ View on FedRAMP-Driven Cloud Benefits


Maximus (NYSE: MMS) and Daly City, California-based cloud and artificial intelligence company Genesys released a report stating that most government organizations see the long-term benefits of implementing Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-approved cloud technologies.

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