Azure OpenAI Service achieves FedRAMP high authorization

Azure OpenAI Service achieves FedRAMP high authorization

The Azure OpenAI Service has recently achieved a significant milestone, receiving the US Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) High Provisional Authorization to Operate (P-ATO) from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board (JAB). This FedRAMP high authorization will allow the service to be utilized by US government agencies and other organizations that require a heightened level of security.

Previously, Azure Government customers could only access Azure OpenAI Service in the commercial environment. With this new authorization, the Azure OpenAI Service can now be seamlessly integrated into government security environments while adhering to stringent security and compliance requirements. This achievement represents an important step forward in creating advanced AI solutions for government agencies while maintaining the highest level of security.

This latest development highlights Microsoft's continual focus on security and compliance across all their platforms and services, and showcases their commitment to meeting the evolving needs of government agencies, organizations and businesses.

The original post "Azure OpenAI Service achieves FedRAMP high authorization" can be found on Azure Government.

Published on:

Learn more
Azure Government
Azure Government

Insights, how-tos and updates for building solutions on Microsoft's cloud for US government

Share post:

Related posts

Azure OpenAI service is now available in Azure Government cloud to advance government missions

Microsoft has recently announced the availability of Azure OpenAI Service in Azure Government for those needing security and compliance at the...

5 months ago

Azure VMware Solution was approved and added to the FedRAMP HIGH Authorization for Azure Government

Azure VMware Solution was approved as a service within the FedRAMP HIGH Authorization P-ATO for Azure Government Today we are pleased to anno...

8 months ago

Delivering Cutting-Edge AI Solutions to US Government

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a powerful tool that is poised to revolutionize various sectors of society and the economy. With every technol...

8 months ago

Azure Data Transfer authorized for Azure Government Secret and generally available for critical mission data types

Azure Data Transfer has secured an important provisional authorization from the Department of Defense (DoD) Impact Level 6 (IL6). This enables...

1 year ago

Allow Azure Services and resources to access this server – How it works in Azure SQL Database?

When creating an Azure SQL Database, one of the initial options you'll come across is the "Allow Azure Services and resources to access this s...

1 year ago

Understanding Azure Kubernetes Services Autoscaler

If you're considering using Kubernetes to manage containerized applications in the cloud, you'll want to make sure that scaling your applicati...

1 year ago

Building and deploying Java apps with Spring Cloud and Azure Cosmos DB

If you're looking to build and deploy Java applications with Spring Cloud and Azure Cosmos DB, this post has got you covered. On an episode of...

1 year ago

Azure Government Secret expands DoD IL6 services, receives highest level information categorization

Azure Government Secret has earned the highest level information categorization and a Provisional Authorization (PA) at Department of Defense ...

2 years ago

How to use Azure-SSIS integration runtime to run SSIS packages in Azure and Azure Government

If you are looking for a hassle-free way to run your SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages in Azure and Azure Government, then look ...

2 years ago
Stay up to date with latest Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform news!
* Yes, I agree to the privacy policy