|Date Created||November 25, 2021|
|Slack||#wg_fedramp (only accessible from within the company)|
|Google Doc||Search "FedRAMP Working Group Agenda" in Google Drive (only accessible from within the company)|
This working group will organize all the domain experts needed, surface critical decisions, centralize status, and drive execution. More specific exit criteria will be developed early in the process.
|Working Group Role||Team Member||Functional Title|
|Facilitator||Johnathan Hunt||VP of Security|
|Functional Lead: PM||Connor Gilbert||Sr. Product Manager, Secure:Static Analysis|
|Functional Lead: Pub Sec||Bob Stevens||Area Vice President, Public Sector Sales|
|Functional Lead: Compliance||Julia Lake||Director, Security Assurance|
|Executive Stakeholder||Eric Johnson||Chief Technology Officer|
|Member||Jim Riley||Federal ASM, Public Sector Sales|
|Member||Chris Maurer||Public Sector Manager, Customer Success|
|Member||Vincy Wilson||Quality Engineering Manager, Fulfillment, Growth, Sec, Enablement|
|Member||Joanna Shih||Quality Engineering Manager, Ops|
GitLab is pursuing FedRAMP authorization at the Moderate Impact Level. We will evaluate demand for High once we attain Moderate.
Further details of the FedRAMP plan, including anticipated or actual dates, cannot be shared publicly at this time. Team members can view details in the internal handbook.