State & Local Governments

In professional settings, service providers such as accountants, airlines, physicians, and public safety officials are expected to undergo licensing validation. In the digital age, validation of cybersecurity is equally critical and needs to go beyond checking a box.

State and local governments need unbiased proof their vendor’s IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS solutions are secure and capable of safely storing government and citizen data.

Participating Governments

Coast to Coast Adoption

Across the country, state and local governments are experiencing the pressure and responsibility to respond to the continued cybersecurity crisis. We continue to work closely with state and local government security, technology, and procurement officials to increase awareness around StateRAMP and the verify once, serve many roadmap.

Any state, local, or tribal government or public higher education institution (SLED) government official or employee with responsibility for information security, information technology, privacy, and/or procurement may become a StateRAMP Government Member. Becoming a member is free, fast, and easy and government representatives can join today by completing the Government Membership Application.

Interested in Sponsoring a StateRAMP Authorized product?

With StateRAMP, state and local governments can be confident their third party cloud providers and vendors meet and maintain published cybersecurity policies.

How To Become a StateRAMP Sponsoring Government is a quick and simple resource with everything you need to know about acting as a sponsoring government for products on their way to becoming StateRAMP Authorized.

Download a copy of this brochure to learn about how to become a member, sponsor eligibility, ongoing commitment, the authorization approval process, use of the StateRAMP secure document portal, and how the PMO works as a partner in cybersecurity to support state and local governments.

Zero Trust Cybersecurity

21st Century Standards

Most States have adopted standards requiring third party providers to meet the cybersecurity standards developed by the National Institute of Standards & Technology. StateRAMP provides its members with the tools and resources to evaluate organizational risk tolerance, education on policy adoption and implementation, and access to the StateRAMP Authorized Vendor List.

StateRAMP Presentations Designed for Government

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