On September 29, 2021, AMP, the Accessibility Management Platform by Level Access, was officially granted FedRAMP Authorization. The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) “empowers agencies to use modern cloud technologies, with an emphasis on security and protection of federal information.”(1) AMP joins a list of over 230 SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS products that have met the rigorous requirements of the program.
FedRAMP saves federal agencies time and money
With so many different cloud services available, it can be difficult and time-consuming to research and choose a vendor. FedRAMP does the legwork for your agency! In some cases, it provides a quick way to compare vendors who offer a similar service. When it comes to digital accessibility, thus far, AMP is the only FedRAMP authorized program.
A FedRAMP-authorized accessibility platform you can trust
Federal agencies are familiar with accessibility requirements. Section 508 requires that all information and communications technology (ICT) be accessible to persons with disabilities. But you may be wondering why you would want your accessibility platform to be FedRAMP authorized.
- Sensitive data is safe and secure: Section 508 requires all information be accessible, which includes information that only a few senior officials are authorized to read. The rigorous security protocols of FedRAMP ensure that accessibility testing is safe for the most sensitive information on your agency’s systems.
- Partnership for years to come: FedRAMP Authorized Cloud Service Providers are required to maintain business continuity and contingency plans. Level Access has been helping federal agencies meet Section 508 guidelines for over 20 years and we plan to be with you for at least another 20!
Ready to learn more?
With FedRAMP authorization, federal agencies now have a secure platform they can rely on to ensure they meet accessibility requirements. Whether you are just beginning your accessibility journey or need to mature your existing processes and software, AMP can help. Learn more about how AMP can help your Federal Government entity meet your accessibility goals.