Find FedRAMP-certified cloud services on SEWP

Although NASA's Solutions for Enterprise Wide Procurement contract is primarily known for its IT hardware, software and communications products, SEWP offers cloud services as well, including software, virtualization and as-a-service offerings from the major vendors such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and ServiceNow.

To help customers find cloud services, the SEWP Program Office set up a page that makes it easy to see which cloud services have been identified as compliant with the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.  Users can search by product, provider, service model, impact level and authorization status. It also shows which agencies are using the authorized services, although the data is not updated in real time. Government customers can login to their SEWP accounts to get more information on the services.

SEWP Program Manager Joanne Woytek explains more in this video (13:30) from the Nov. 15 Federal IT Acquisition Summit in her presentation of SEWP's cloud services.

Watch the full video for an explanation of how SEWP works, the role of the program management office in managing 140 contracts and over 30,000 orders and the online tools that can make procurement more efficient.

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