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Digital.ai achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) “In Process” status for an Enterprise Agile Planning (EAP) tool.
Sponsored by the US Department of Veterans Affairs, this achievement will soon enable government agencies to use a secure, cloud-hosted version of the company’s industry-leading Digital.ai Agility solution to successfully scale agile practices beyond individual teams to an entire agency, greatly aiding efforts to transition or migrate from legacy environments to the cloud. Enterprise agile planning capabilities are crucial for any agency looking to offer a complete view across software development and delivery initiatives.
“Agencies and systems integrators across the federal government represent some of the largest software development organizations in the world and manage vast amounts of critically-important data. As part of the FedRAMP program, even the largest organizations can now leverage a secure, cloud-hosted version of our market-leading EAP solution to scale their agile development efforts and enable greater efficiency, increased visibility and more collaboration,” said Derek Holt, GM, Agile & DevOps for Digital.ai. “Today’s announcement is just the beginning as we work to bring our entire intelligent value stream delivery and management platform to FedRAMP. We believe FedRAMP as well as similar initiatives at state and local levels enable us to continue our leadership in meeting government agencies wherever they’re at in terms of modernizing infrastructure, be it modernizing on-premises systems, migrating to the cloud, or a mix of the two.”
Adding FedRAMP authorization expands Digital.ai’s proven leadership in enabling the world’s largest government and commercial organizations to implement, scale and measure both the technical outputs and business outcomes associated with agile initiatives, including market-leading support for scaled frameworks such as SAFe®, Scrum of Scrums, Spotify method and more.
FedRAMP is a US government-wide program that provides a standard approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. Being FedRAMP-compliant means a cloud computing system has established and documented a highly secure environment that has withstood comprehensive and rigorous review. Authorized cloud service providers are listed on the FedRAMP Marketplace.