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This enables CSPs to quickly achieve Fed RAMP Ready status by demonstrating actual system capability up front.Many 3PAOs perform these assessments already and may refer to them as a preparedness audits, readiness checks, or gap assessments.
A: A CSP can use the same 3PAO for completing their Readiness Assessment Report (RAR) and their full security assessment when working with an agency or the JAB.If you have questions about a particular defect, please contact Customer Support.Note: Fixes previously available in Cognos BI 10.2.1 FP1 Feature Bundle are included in Cognos BI 10.2.1 FP3.It involves a lot of hard work and effort, so it makes sense that a CSP would want some assurance that their cloud offering is likely to attain authorization.This is why reaching “Fed RAMP Ready” is an important first step in the Fed RAMP process.Agencies can request a CSP to have a timeline for obtaining an ATO, but should not limit the request to CSPs with ATOs.
Please contact the Fed RAMP PMO if an agency is doing such an action.
APARs listed for a specific component apply only to that component.
Other APARs apply to Cognos BI Server and may also apply to other components.
These preliminary audits focus on capabilities and identify gaps that must be corrected before the process continues.
Fed RAMP is formalizing these assessments, as this has proven to be a key distinguishing factor for those CSPs who have achieved a JAB P-ATO the fastest.
A: Readiness capabilities are the key requirements that will be evaluated as part of the Fed RAMP Readiness Assessment.