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September 8, 2021
Autodesk will be working with the General Services Administration to achieve a FedRAMP designation for three new product offerings.
Autodesk intends to bring three new offerings to the United States Federal community, including:
- Forge for Government
- Autodesk Docs for Government
- BIM Collaborate Pro for Government
To deliver these offerings, Autodesk will be building a separate technology stack, just for federal work. There are a number of requirements to become FedRAMP Authorized at the moderate impact level and building out a separate technology stack from Autodesk’s standard commercial offerings is a critical component of that process along with implementing other controls like SSO (Single Sign-On) and federal identity.
The anticipated timeline for the offerings to be fully authorized for FedRAMP Moderate is before the end of the 2022 calendar year. Autodesk targets to be listed on the FedRAMP Marketplace as “Autodesk for Government” progressing throughout 2022 with three stats states; Ready, In Process, and finally, Authorized.
For more details on Autodesk’s roadmap, and answers to the questions you may have, Autodesk will be hosting a live webinar on Wednesday, September 29th at 12:00 pm ET. Please CLICK HERE to register.