New Standards on Cloud Security with FedRAMP


The original of this post was featured on  The explosion of cloud technologies in the early 2010s was followed by a subsequent explosion of cybersecurity breaches that caused many government organizations to rethink transitioning to the cloud. To address these concerns, a government-wide program, FedRAMP, was launched in 2012, to produce a set of… Read more »

5 Trends in Government Technology We’ll See in 2017


This post was originally featured on LinkedIn. There’s a lot of great thinking on the future of government technology going on right now.  Jennifer Pahlka (CEO of Code for America) is writing a fantastic series over at Medium. Bill Eggers’ new book on Delivering on Digital is a must-read for the new government leaders. I… Read more »

Five Lessons Learned from the FedRAMP Process

This commentary was reposted from The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, for good reasons, set a high bar for certifications. Developing a cloud solution to be authorized by FedRAMP is, therefore, a non-trivial pursuit. During the past year my firm has been immersed in the successful pursuit of FedRAMP authorizations for four distinct cloud… Read more »

Why engagement in government matters

By Bobbie Browning, Senior Vice President Engaging customers, building relationships and encouraging return visitors are hallmarks of outstanding B2C websites. Leaders in this arena are Apple®, Amazon® and Wells Fargo®. In the age of 4G networks, personalized product updates and mobile shopping applications, we’ve come to expect highly-personalized and efficient online experiences. I can order… Read more »