FedRAMP Launches OSCAL Developer Data Bites Series
FedRAMP is excited to launch an Open Security Controls Assessment Language (OSCAL) Developer Data Bites series! We invite OSCAL users from Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), federal agencies, and Third Party Assessment Organizations (3PAOs) to join us and take part in discussions with our FedRAMP OSCAL team.
The series will cover a variety of technical topics regarding users’ utilization of OSCAL for FedRAMP, FedRAMP automation updates or changes, and open forum conversations with subject matter experts.
The first OSCAL Developers Data Bites session will be held on Thursday, September 1, at 12:00pm EDT. The series will continue on a bi-weekly basis.
All OSCAL users are invited to attend, including CSPs, federal agencies, and 3PAOs.
Please use this link to join the session at the 12:00pm EDT
How Will These Sessions Work?
Following the introduction and welcome to each meeting, the FedRAMP OSCAL Data Bites will be divided into three main sections:
- FedRAMP’s technical experts will provide information on any updates or changes to FedRAMP’s OSCAL usage.
- FedRAMP’s technical experts will address questions submitted by participants prior to the meeting. Those interested may submit questions ahead of the next session and/or requests to have specific topics covered in future meetings by filling out this form.
- The remainder of the meeting will be an open discussion to allow participants to engage directly with and ask questions of the team working on FedRAMP automation via OSCAL.
Why is FedRAMP hosting these sessions?
Our goal is to establish and maintain regular communication with our OSCAL end-users to ensure we are addressing the needs of all stakeholders involved.