Your runway forward to cloud

Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP)

To meet today's rising expectations for government services, agencies need to develop and prioritize digital transformation strategies—that is, they need to change their business activities, processes, competencies, and models to fully leverage digital technologies like cloud computing services. FedRAMP is a government-wide program that seeks to help agencies tap into the benefits of cloud computing, while navigating the myriad migration and security considerations that can make adoption difficult. To learn more about how today's agencies are becoming FedRAMP Ready, explore the resources below.

FedRAMP cloud adoption resources

All federal agencies that leverage cloud service providers (CSPs) for cloud technology solutions must gain familiarity with FedRAMP to ensure federal compliance. Explore these selected resources to learn more.


Learn more about FedRAMP authorization

Any cloud service that holds federal data must be authorized by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). There are two ways to authorize a cloud service through FedRAMP: a joint authorization board (JAB) provisional authorization (P-ATO), and through individual agencies.

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FedRAMP compliance delivers security, efficiency

FedRAMP encourages cloud adoption by providing a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring of cloud products and services. Six years after it was first introduced, FedRAMP is delivering massive time and cost savings for participating agencies.

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Press release

Infor continues trajectory toward FedRAMP compliance

Infor has reached a significant milestone in providing its U.S. federal government customers increased confidence in the security of Infor's products and cloud solutions.

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Cloud enables digital government

Digital transformation is reshaping today's public sector decision-making and in turn, driving the adoption of cloud by federal agencies and state and local government through programs such as FedRAMP. View this IDC Research infographic, sponsored by Infor, for key steps to digital transformation.

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Ready for takeoff: FedRAMP’s runway to government cloud

Early adopters in the U.S. federal government are reaping the rewards of their commitment to FedRAMP, according to this issue brief co-authored by the Government Business Council and Infor. Their experience shows how cloud-enabled data analytics, digital tools, and agile development can improve agency productivity and better equip government employees to deliver services to the public.

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Press release

Infor achieves FedRAMP Ready status

"Infor's applications went through rigorous internal testing and arduous internal and independent assessments in order to be granted this achievement," said Wayne Bobby, Vice President for Infor Federal. Infor Government Software as a Service (SaaS) (IGS) featuring Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) has received FedRAMP Ready status.

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Industry insight

Cloud services are the key to agencies' transformation

The shift to cloud computing promises dramatic gains in efficiency, productivity, and security for public sector organizations. Agencies that fall behind will find it much tougher to catch up, endangering programs that address customer and stakeholder expectations increasingly dependent on a robust IT backbone.

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Global, secure cloud services using Amazon Web Services

Modern cloud companies use proven public clouds and don't build data centers. Infor partners with Amazon to deliver highly secure cloud service at a lower cost on a global scale. Public sector solutions are available through a wide range of contract vehicles and certifications, including FedRAMP, NASA SEWP, GSA-70, and more. Discover how your federal agency can use cloud to transform and enhance your citizen experience while improving operations and organizational performance.


Curated by: Wayne Bobby

Wayne Bobby

Wayne Bobby is the Vice President for Infor Federal. He has deep roots in both the federal government and technology industry; and has worked with federal civilian agencies, the Department of Defense, and the intelligence community. Prior to his work in the private sector, Bobby served for more than 16 years as a director of financial management services for the U.S. Department of State.