Treasury seeks FISMA reporting application

The Treasury Department has issued a request for comments for products to help it meet requirements of the Federal Information Security Act. Suggestions are due by Nov. 1.

Treasury seeks a FISMA-compliant reporting tool for use by a wide range of personnel from all its bureaus. The tool must be intuitive for users and require minimal training, Treasury said in a notice on FedBizOpps earlier this week.

The FISMA tool must permit hierarchical user and management control of data submissions. It should allow bureau users to enter data as drafts or works-in-progress awaiting management approval; permit bureau management with the capability to review, edit and submit FISMA related information to headquarters; and segment data at the bureau level while allowing Treasury headquarters management administrative access to all data.

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Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.

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