Monster Hiring Management Enterprise Suite demonstrates readiness to meet critical federal security standards for cloud-based technology
McLean, VA – May 4, 2018 - Monster Government Solutions (MGS), the premier recruitment and workforce solution provider to the public sector and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Monster Worldwide, announced today that its Monster Hiring Management Enterprise (MHME) Suite has received “Ready” status in the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). This status demonstrates that the company’s fully integrated and secure federal talent acquisition program is ready and likely to attain a Provisional Authorization to Operate (P-ATO) via the Joint Authorization Board (JAB) resulting in a FedRAMP authorization.
“Monster Government Solutions’ FedRAMP Ready status reaffirms our team’s commitment to the highest level of security in the federal space and further allows agencies to confidently leverage our innovative, cloud-based talent acquisition tools,” said Steve Cooker, Executive Vice President of Monster. “Through the use of MHME, federal agencies can meet critical HR objectives by automating the federal hiring process while also consolidating common HR functions. In turn, this can dramatically accelerate the overall time to hire and ultimately allow federal HR professionals to deploy more strategic workforce initiatives.”
MHME represents a solution suite of applications that streamline the federal hiring process, while also ensuring regulatory compliance. These applications address the hiring challenges faced by federal agencies as they recruit, assess, select, hire and onboard the best candidate to fill a vacancy. Delivered under a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, federal agencies utilize Monster Government Solutions’ technology to automate myriad manual HR tasks on a reliable, secure, and flexible platform with robust analytical and reporting capabilities.
FedRAMP is a program used by federal agencies that provides a consistent baseline of security assessments and authorizations for cloud-based products and services. Monster acquired a Third Party Assessment Organization (3PAO) to conduct an extensive audit of the MHME Suite leading to the FedRAMP PMO ultimately granting the cloud-based technology FedRAMP Ready status, which indicates the technology is on its way to achieving a FedRAMP Moderate Authorization (ATO).
Established in 2012, FedRAMP has helped expedite the adoption of cloud-based solutions and saves between 30-40 percent of government costs, as it eliminates duplicative agency security assessments of these systems.