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Nintex Automation Cloud Achieves FedRAMP® Authorization

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Nintex is thrilled to announce the general availability of FedRAMP®-authorized Nintex Automation Cloud for Government! Nintex has received authorization at the Moderate security impact level from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP)—see the Nintex listing on the FedRAMP marketplace. Nintex has also acquired a similar Canadian federal government “authority to operate” (ATO) recently announced by our partner OranguTech to better address the automation needs of the Canadian government market. 

FedRAMP authorization ensures Nintex cloud services meet the rigorous FedRAMP security and compliance guidelines required for doing business with U.S. federal government agencies. As such, this authorization opens new opportunities for Nintex to assist U.S. state and federal government agencies and defense contractors in automating manual processes and creating low-code applications for everyday tasks. 

With Nintex Automation Cloud for Government, government agencies and contractors can securely transform their manual, paper-based, internal and citizen-facing processes to boost productivity and efficiency while minimizing errors and delays, meeting regulatory requirements, and enhancing constituent experience. Agencies can use Nintex to automate processes for citizen services like FOIA requests, employee and contractor onboarding, risk and regulatory compliance, case management, or claims processing. 

Register for our upcoming webinar “FedRAMP-Authorized: Automate Your Cloud Workflows with Confidence” on 25-April 2024 to learn more. 

 

Nintex customers, move your SharePoint workflows to the Nintex gov cloud 

Existing Nintex U.S. and Canadian government customers can move their SharePoint On-Premise and Office 365 workflows to the FedRAMP-authorized Nintex government cloud, powered by Microsoft Azure. You’ll gain these exciting benefits: 

Exceptional experience & capabilities 

  • Powerful best-of-class designer tools, with modern and intuitive interfaces 

  • Increased pace of innovation and feature delivery 

  • Near functionality parity with Nintex for SharePoint workflows  

Performance & extensibility 

  • Improved uptime, reliability, and scalability with new engine replacement for Workflow Manager  

  • Enhanced monitoring, alerting, and fault tolerance 

  • Xtensions framework to orchestrate business processes across a variety of cloud-based systems 

  • Connection support for popular applications in Microsoft GCC-High (Microsoft Teams, OneDrive, etc.) 

New functionality 

  • Additional start events and FedRAMP-authorized connectors, plus Xtensions framework 

  • My Nintex process participant experience 

  • Workflow versioning 

  • Workflow tagging and allocation 

  • Data sources support 

  • Pre-publish testing capability  

  • Advanced form styling 

  • Workflow for SharePoint On-Premises and Office 365 migration utilities 

  • Microsoft 365 Government Community Cloud (GCC) High compatibility 

Please reach out to your Nintex Account Manager for options to move to Nintex Automation Cloud for Government. 

Nintex Automation Cloud for Government currently does not offer: 

  • Nintex Process Manager integration 

  • Nintex RPA integration 

  • Nintex DocGen for Workflow integration 

  • Nintex e-Signature integration 

  • Nintex Analytics 

  • Nintex AI Forms and Mobile 

  • Connectors that are not FedRAMP-authorized 

  • Nintex Gateway 

 

Nintex for Government and Microsoft GCC support 

Microsoft Government Community Cloud (GCC) is an offering in the Microsoft 365 suite and complements Microsoft's Azure Government for building IT infrastructures.  Below you will find details on Nintex Automation Cloud offerings and support for Microsoft GCC.     

 

  Nintex Automation Cloud Nintex Automation Cloud for Government
FedRAMP Level N/A FedRAMP Moderate
Microsoft Azure environment  Azure “Commercial”  Azure “Government” 
Microsoft GCC support    
SharePoint  GCC  GCC, GCC High 
Dynamics CRM  GCC GCC, GCC High
One Drive GCC GCC, GCC High
Teams GCC GCC, GCC High
Azure AD GCC GCC, GCC High
Azure AD Admin GCC GCC, GCC High
Exchange GCC GCC, GCC High

 

For more information on Microsoft Cloud Service Offerings leading to the US Sovereign Cloud for Government, including GCC, GCC High, Security certification compliance (i.e. CMM2, ITAR, etc.), please refer to the following blogs: 

History of Microsoft Cloud Offerings leading to the US Sovereign Cloud - September 2023 Update 

Understanding Compliance Between Commercial, Government and DoD Offerings - September 2023 Update 

Microsoft Expands Support for the DIB – Announcing Support for DFARS in Microsoft 365 Government 

 

Frequently Asked Questions 

How does Nintex for Government connect with other GCC/GCC High environments?    

The connection method is identical to all other connections and requires login credentials to the selected connector service.  Refer to connections help documentation for more details. 

 

How does authentication work for Nintex for Government?   

Please contact your Nintex Representative to provide data journey documents related to authentication in Nintex Automation Cloud for Government. 

 

How does Nintex for Government connect with On-Premises environments? 

Nintex for Government currently does not connect with On-Premises environments.  This is on the roadmap. 

 

To Learn More 

Register for our upcoming webinar “FedRAMP-Authorized: Automate Your Cloud Workflows with Confidence” on 25-April 2024 to learn more. 

 

The information in this article is not a commitment, promise or other obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. This content is subject to change, without prior notice, at the sole discretion of Nintex. 


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