Federal (FedRAMP) Website Policies (Memorandum M-17-06)

Policies for Federal Agency Public Websites and Digital Services Already Covered by FedRAMP Compliant CSP

U.S. Government Federal websites and digital services must meet and maintain high standards of effectiveness, usability, quality and security in order to support the public’s ability to gain access to, and interact with Federal Government agencies.

OMB Memorandum M-17-06 introduces the policy of effectiveness, usability and quality; attributes that are already provided by FedRAMP Compliant websites powered by Project Hosts’ Federal Private Cloud which includes Drupal, Joomla and WordPress website builders and management systems. U.S. federal and state government agencies and enterprise organizations that need a highly secure website and CMS (Content Management System) platform can rely on our FedRAMP SaaS-level compliant clouds for:

  • Drupal FedRAMP Website / Content Management System
  • Joomla! FedRAMP Website / Content Management System
  • WordPress FedRAMP Website / Content Management System

Agencies that need to build and maintain websites and databases that are in compliance with the M-17-06 Policy need only look to a FedRAMP compliant website and database using Drupal, Joomla! or WordPress from Project Hosts. Unlike FedRAMP IaaS-level compliant website offerings where you still have to put in place and manage all of the scanning, patching, log correlation, intrusion detection, incident response and other security services required for FISMA / FedRAMP compliance, our FedRAMP SaaS-level compliant website environments allow you to focus on your website development and content and leave all the implement of  extensive security control, and the compliance process to us.

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