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Deltek Launches Costpoint Govcon Cloud Moderate for Government Contractors to Meet New Cybersecurity Compliance Challenges

Deltek | December 01, 2020

Deltek Launches Costpoint Govcon Cloud Moderate for Government Contractors to Meet New Cybersecurity Compliance Challenges
Deltek, the leading worldwide provider of programming and answers for venture based organizations, reported today its dispatch of Costpoint GovCon Cloud (GCC) Moderate. Deltek has been the trusted, industry-leading arrangement and cloud provider for the public authority contracting industry for almost 40 years. With this new contribution, temporary workers will have the option to use Deltek Costpoint in the cloud to help meet their Cyber Security Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) structure necessities, just as consistence prerequisites of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), to seek after business with the U.S. Branch of Defense.

This new GCC Moderate cloud arrangement will help government temporary workers meet their numerous forthcoming CMMC and ITAR consistence necessities at a lower all out expense of proprietorship, while simultaneously helping contract based workers ensure their organizations with upgraded security controls. Through Deltek's GCC Moderate and other Costpoint cloud arrangements, organizations, all things considered, can certainly and safely access information inside a safe cloud climate that is reliably improved to get the most together to-date legislative and office cybersecurity consistence norms.

As a submitted colleague, Deltek keeps on developing its system to assist clients with shielding their information by planning and working administrations that line up with government contracting cybersecurity consistence prerequisites. Deltek's current Costpoint Cloud arrangements presently line up with NIST 800-171 guidelines to help DFARS 252.204-7012. The new Costpoint GCC Moderate contribution reaffirms Deltek's duty to industry to help government contractual workers meet extra consistence needs, including FedRAMP Moderate same, CMMC, and International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) controls.

"Deltek is excited to announce this offering and help government contracting organizations meet the latest cybersecurity compliance requirements. Costpoint GovCon Cloud (GCC) Moderate strengthens Deltek's commitment to support both financial and cybersecurity compliance requirements for the government contracting industry. By leveraging Costpoint GCC Moderate, contractors can migrate to Deltek's cloud environment with increased confidence and peace of mind knowing we are partnering with them to help meet the demands of government agencies," said Todd Walker, VP of Product Strategy at Deltek.

LMI, a consultancy devoted to fueling a future-prepared, high-performing government by drawing from ability in advanced and expository arrangements, coordinations, and the executives warning administrations has just settled on the choice to move to the new Costpoint GovCon Cloud Moderate arrangement.

"LMI decided to move to the Deltek cloud to support our digital transformation strategy necessary to grow our business without investing in additional operations staff," said Jim McNabb, Project Manager at LMI.  "Additionally, 60% of our business comes from DoD work so we wanted to get ahead of CMMC requirements.  Deltek's Costpoint GovCon Cloud Moderate solution will provide us with peace of mind on our financial system so the rest of our organization can focus on more strategic tasks."

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