DocuSign Achieves StateRAMP Authorization, Enabling State and Local Governments to Easily and Securely Build, Send and Sign Agreements
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SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 30, 2023 ~ DocuSign, a Nasdaq-listed company, has achieved StateRAMP authorization, deepening its commitment to providing state and local governments with secure agreement experiences.

StateRAMP is a program that brings together state and local governments to develop standards for cloud security, educate on best practices and verify the cloud security of vendors that process, store and/or transmit government data.

Kurt Sauer, Chief Information Security Officer at DocuSign, said: "State and local governments need technology solutions that help them serve their constituents quickly and efficiently while also maintaining a strong security posture that protects their data. We're thrilled to have two of our core products be StateRAMP Authorized to help state and local governments provide vital services in a seamless and trusted way."

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DocuSign customers can now use Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) and eSignature (DocuSign Federal) in the StateRAMP-authorized environment to reclaim time spent on paper-intensive processes while improving constituent experiences and increasing information security. As a StateRAMP-authorized Cloud Service Provider (CSP), DocuSign has met the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800-53 (NIST 800-53) security and privacy controls required by the StateRAMP Moderate security control baseline. The company will submit monthly and annual reports to demonstrate ongoing compliance.

The StateRAMP-authorized solutions will be available for DocuSign state, local, and higher education customers beginning December 1, 2023.
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