Public Sector Services
Currently working with the Public Sector? Seeking expansion opportunities for future work? Whatever the case may be, our suite of Public Sector Services will guide you on your journey from readiness to authorization.
Achieving, let alone maintaining, a FedRAMP authorization can be a long, arduous process. One-size-fits-all solutions only compound the problem.
RISCPoint’s team of experienced advisors deliver a comprehensive suite of FedRAMP services designed to guide your unique cloud solution through a successful initial and continued authorization. Here’s what you can expect along the way:
We consider our team an extension of your own. We’ll meet with you to understand your organization’s unique environment using our best-in-class workshop approach. This way, our RISCPoint Subject Matter Experts get to know the ins and outs of your organization from the people who know it best. From there, we’ll let you know of any potential gaps and prescribe recommended solutions that will align with your culture, goals, and technical stack.
If you have a designated Agency Sponsor, we’ll act as liasion on your behalf to get your FedRAMP package past the finish line.
No Agency Sponsor? No problem. We can get you FedRAMP Ready.
Throughout your authorization process, we’ll provide support and inter-agency management — even with your 3PAO. Our team of former FedRAMP assessors are skilled in the art of audit defense and spend their days making sure Security Assessment Reports are not only accurate, but best reflect the system to be authorized.
Then, you ask? We’ll help you prepare for, and successfully complete, the debrief with the FedRAMP PMO and your Agency Sponsor. Hands-on support — from start to finish.
After successful authorization on the FedRAMP Marketplace, we’ll ensure your team is up to speed and trained on what’s needed to remain successfully authorized. Since FedRAMP has specific cadences and requirements for how often security activities need to be performed, we take this part of the process just as seriously as the previous two.