HuddleÂ will be able to provide the U.S. Agency for International DevelopmentÂ and other agencies with its U.S. cloud collaboration service after receiving an authority to operate under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
The company said ThursdayÂ its service works toÂ support cross-agency file sharing, project management and other collaboration activities through a single cloud platform to bolster productivity and efficiency.
“Security is of the upmost importance to government organizations and it’s an honor that our cloud collaboration service has met FedRAMP’s rigorous standards,” said Huddle CEOÂ Morten Brogger.
“The ability to securely share and discuss documents, such as audits and board papers, is set to help federal agencies achieve their goals.”
According to Huddle, it has also received Impact Level 2 accreditation to provide its service to the U.K. government and counts NASA, the National Institutes of Health and the Office of the Secretary of DefenseÂ among its U.S. customers.