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How to get your IT company approved by FedRAMP: insights from the experts

FedRAMP — short for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program — was created in 2011, to implement standardization for cloud services used by federal agencies. It’s built on the back of FISMA, legislation passed in 2002, to ensure that federal agencies are meeting a regulated minimum when it comes to IT security. In other words, FedRAMP exists to regulate which cloud services agencies can and can’t use.
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Cybersecurity for Government Agencies: How FedRAMP Works

Maria Horton, CEO of EmeSec, explains FedRAMP and describes the certification and compliance process.
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Why workforce analytics is the key to making smart federal human capital decisions

Workforce planning is one of the most important factors for a federal agency’s success — it’s also one of the hardest to get right. Firstly, your workforce is constantly changing. The profile of your team — ages, backgrounds, experience levels, and number of people — is different each year, so your plan needs to adapt accordingly.
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Obtain Optimal Value from FEVS Results

Every year, a sizable segment of the federal workforce participates in the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS). With 485,000 respondents in 2017 alone, there is a large pool of data from which agency directors, line managers, and HR departments can draw. FEVS consists of 98 questions and covers eight dimensions, including personal work experience, work unit, agency, supervisor, leadership, satisfaction, work/life programs, and demographics.

The Importance of FedRAMP to Federal HR Software

Many federal agencies still operate on-premise datacenters, manned by large IT staffs. Despite private enterprise and some agencies largely shifting to cloud-based solutions for HR operations, many government entities remain wary of such a major transition in how data is handled and secured. For this reason, FedRAMP has been established as a government-wide program that standardizes security assessment, authorization and monitoring for all cloud services and products.

Tips for Supporting Retirement Actions in the Federal Government

The Federal Government employs more than 600,000 civilians who are eligible to retire undercurrent guidelines. This represents more than 30% of the total federal workforce, and a major undertaking for HR retirement specialists who must deal with the inefficiencies in the systems currently in place to process them in a timelymanner.