Company to accelerate availability of secure Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) solutions for government facilities
iOffice + SpaceIQ, the global workplace technology company, today announced its intent to seek authorization from the U.S. Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) for its Integrated Workplace Management System Archibus.
FedRAMP facilitates adoption of secure technologies across U.S. government agencies by standardizing assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring of cloud-based products and services.
The federal government owns and leases 130,000 properties — approximately 885 million square feet and $21B in annual operational expenditures — representing the largest real estate portfolio in the United States. With nearly 7% of government-owned properties underutilized or unused, iOffice + SpaceIQ’s solutions address the critical need for space optimization, cost reduction, and enhanced decision-making capabilities for federal facilities.
“There’s been a major push to modernize operations and ramp up digital transformation efforts within the federal government,” commented iOffice + SpaceIQ Chief Product Officer Dan DeRosa. “FedRAMP authorization will accelerate our ability to supply much-needed solutions to highly regulated government agencies and continue serving our existing federal customers.”
iOffice + SpaceIQ is already authorized to operate on secure high-side networks for several government agencies. The company has a robust federal distribution, reseller, and service provider network, meeting demand for centralized management of facility operations, maintenance, and occupancy while ensuring data security.
iOffice + SpaceIQ’s infrastructure is purpose-built to increase customers’ resiliency against existing and future cybersecurity challenges. The business meets the highest standards for service and accessibility, including compliance with SOC 2 and a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template for Archibus.