Workiva gets authorization to operate

Workiva (NYSE:WK), a provider of data collaboration, reporting and compliance solutions, has announced that it has received Authorization to Operate (ATO) under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), the company said.

Workiva, which worked with the Tennessee Valley Authority on its application, is now a FedRAMP LI-SaaS provider, signifying Workiva´s ongoing commitment to meet and maintain FedRAMP´s stringent cybersecurity requirements.

FedRAMP is a standardized, government-wide approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services to help agencies migrate their existing systems to cloud-based software. The program also allows agencies to follow the Government´s Cloud First policy that mandates cloud services be assessed and considered first when comparing them to on-premise infrastructure options.

Workiva delivers Wdesk, a enterprise cloud platform for data collaboration, reporting and compliance that is used by thousands of organizations worldwide, including over 75 percent of the Fortune 500®. companies of all sizes, state and local governments and educational institutions use Wdesk to help mitigate risk, improve productivity and gain confidence in their data-driven decisions. For more information about Workiva (NYSE:WK), visit