GSA launches new

The new website allows for a better user experience and include training materials for those new to the cloud procurement program.

The General Services Administration has taken a step to make the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program easier to use.

FedRAMP launched a new website Tuesday, aimed at making their user experience better for first-time users and those who are familiar with the cloud procurement program.

The mobile-enabled website — which is compliant with security, privacy and accesilbity policies — gives better guidance to FedRAMP’s strategy, quicker access to key documents and access to training materials.


A screenshot of what the new will look like. (Courtesy of GSA)


“At the heart of this redesign is user experience and FedRAMP is committed to making sure that our website meets the needs of our users,” FedRAMP Director Matt Goodrich said. “As FedRAMP has grown, the needs of our stakeholders has evolved and our website is designed to reflect this evolution.”

The redesign took four months, using a mix of strategies and tools from GSA’s DigitalGov office, CGI Federal and Akamai clouds and WordPress.

The redesign also comes with a suite of online training tools, aimed at helping people understand the program and the time frame for which it takes to become FedRAMP-complaint.

Goodrich wrote in a blog post that he expects more training materials to be released in the future that will help with all levels of the FedRAMP process.

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