The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program saw the number of cloud security packages reused by agencies increase by 132 percent from fiscal year 2020 to FY 2022.
FedRAMP reported a total of 4,573 reused cloud security packages in FY 2022, up 60 percent from FY 2021 figure of 2,864, according to a blog post published Thursday.
The program also cited some of its milestones in the previous fiscal year, including the release of updated authorization playbook and marketplace designations document for cloud service providers and acceptance of the first Open Security Controls Assessment Language or OSCAL- formatted System Security Plan from a CSP.
FedRAMP facilitated more than 300 meetings with agencies and CSPs and hosted 25 listening and feedback sessions in FY 2022.
The program’s website has recorded more than 2.5 million views since launch, while its Agency Liaison Program now has 139 liaisons from 79 participating agencies.