FedRAMP Cloud Solutions for Agencies


QAI, Inc., a leader in the implementation, customization, training and support of SharePoint solutions and its integrated suite of products, provides FedRAMP SaaS-level compliant cloud solutions. Drawing from more than 15 years of experience serving the public sector, we can work with your agency to deliver FedRAMP-compliant solutions that meet your specific business requirements, while following the Cloud-First initiative and FedRAMP mandate. Whether you are looking to move an on-premises SharePoint deployment into a Microsoft Azure Cloud, add workflows or e-Signatures to your solution, or obtain a certified CSP cloud recommendation, QAI can provide the resources and expertise needed to guide you towards compliance. To further streamline this initiative, all of these services are available on Both QAI and our sister company, DocPoint Solution’s GSA Schedule.


  • Increase re-use of existing security assessments across multiple agencies.
  • Save significant costs, time and resources using a “do once, use many times” framework.
  • Improve real-time security visibility.
  • Provide a uniform approach to risk-based management.
  • Enhance transparency between government and CSPs.
  • Improve the trustworthiness, reliability, consistency and quality of the federal security authorization process.


To support the Cloud-First initiative and facilitate the move to cloud computing, the U.S. Government created The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). This government-wide initiative provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.

The initiative drives agency cloud adoption by providing cloud service providers (CSPs) with a single accreditation that is usable by all federal agencies. By selecting a CSP that provides cloud solutions with a FedRAMP SaaS-level certification, agencies are assured that the required security standards are met, saving them time and money. The FedRAMP approach employs a “do once, use many times” framework that saves an estimated 30 to 40 percent of government costs. It also reduces both time and staff required to perform redundant agency security assessments.


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