The General Services Administration has announced it has authorized 15 companies as third party assessment organizations for the Federal Risk Authorization and Management Program, also known as FedRAMP.
The companies include D.C.-based Coalfire Systems, Maryland-based COACT Inc., and Virginia-based Electrosoft System.
The other organizations are:
BrightLine CPAs and Associates Inc., Tampa, Fla.
Department of Transportation’s Enterprise Service Center, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Dynamics Research Corporation, Andover, Mass.
Earthling Security, Inc.
Electrosoft Services, Inc.
Homeland Security Consultants
J.D. Biggs and Associates, Inc., Beltsville, Md.
Knowledge Consulting Group, Inc., Reston, Va.
Logyx LLC, Mountain View, Calif.
Lunarline, Inc., Washington, D.C.
SRA International, Inc., Fairfax, Va.
Veris Group, LLC, Vienna, Va.
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