Accenture Cloud-based AIP System Gets FedRAMP Approval

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According to a recent press release, “Accenture Federal Services (AFS) today announced that the U.S. federal government has awarded FedRAMP authorization to the Accenture Insights Platform for Government (AIP for Government). The secure, cloud-based platform provides federal agencies with leading pre-integrated data access, analytics and visualization capabilities, which can be used to create and deploy analytics-driven solutions quickly and at lower cost.”

The PR continued with, ‘“The Accenture Insights Platform for Government redefines the role that analytics plays within federal agencies,” said David Moskovitz, Accenture Federal Services’ chief executive officer. “The FedRAMP authorization allows our federal clients to readily take advantage of the most advanced analytics as a fully supported service that can transform their data into actionable insights to improve performance and outcomes. Combined with our deep technical and subject-matter expertise, AIP for Government enables agencies to rapidly develop and scale solutions that deliver significant impact at a lower total cost of ownership.”’

And, “AIP for Government’s successful assessment was conducted as part of FedRAMP Connect. Based on the input of a panel of federal chief information and chief technology officers, this new program identifies the most promising cloud-based technologies with government-wide applicability for accelerated review and authorization.  AIP for Government was granted a Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) at the Moderate Level by the Joint Authorization Board (JAB).”

Read more at Accenture Newsroom.


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