Kahua Achieves GSA MiSaaS Authorization
Kahua, a leading provider of capital program and construction project management software, has achieved the General Services Administration (GSA) Moderate Impact Software as a Service (MiSaaS) Security Authorization. The process is specific to new GSA information systems pursuing an agile development methodology and residing on infrastructures that has, or is in the process of obtaining, a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) provisional authorization to operate (ATO).
Kahua was selected by GSA Public Buildings Service (PBS) in September of 2020 as its new enterprise-wide project management information system. As the landlord for the civilian federal government, the Public Buildings Service (PBS) acquires space on behalf of the federal government through new construction and leasing, and acts as a caretaker for federal properties across the country. Under the terms of the agreement, PBS will standardize on Kahua across all eleven GSA PBS regions.
Kahua is a leading provider of capital program and construction project management software. We are enabling innovation that is changing the way that capital programs are planned and delivered. The world’s leading construction organizations use Kahua’s collaborative construction management solutions to improve efficiency, lower costs and reduce project risk throughout the entire lifecycle of their capital programs. Our purpose-built solutions for owners, program managers and contractors enable rapid implementation that minimizes time-to-value and enhances user adoption. And with the industry’s only low-code application platform our customers can easily customize existing Kahua apps or even build their own new apps to run their business at peak efficiency today and rapidly adapt as business conditions dictate. To learn more, visit www.kahua.com.