FedRamp compliance

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    Daniel Langsam 
    Asked on November 10, 2018 at 08:17 PM

    Hi, I just searched the web to see if I could find out any information about whether Jotform was FedRamp approved. 

    If Jotform were FedRamp approved, then federal agencies could sign up.  That could bring a huge amount of business to JotForm. 

    I found the following information: https://www.jotform.com/answers/558368-Is-JotForm-FedRamp-Approved

    It looks like the person answering the question came to the understanding that -- because Amazon services are FedRamp-approved -- applications such as Jotform that are hosted on Amazon would also be FedRamp approved.  Unfortunately, that is not the case.  There is more that companies need to do in order to become FedRamp compliant (info is on the FedRamp site). 

    Since Jotform is such a useful product, I would love to be able to encourage my agency to make use of it, but there is no way that would ever happen without FedRamp compliance. 

    I would strongly suggest Jotform look into pursuing FedRamp if there's any chance you might be interested in US government customers.  Thanks!

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    Answered on November 11, 2018 at 03:59 AM

    I am forwarding this to our Level 2 team to take a look and provide further guidance on this. We shall let you know here once there is a response on this.