Government representatives have stated that complying with CMMC 2.0 Level 2 shouldn’t cost contractors or the government anything, because contractors have been attesting to the government that they are doing these things for years. This article explores why this is correct only for a small minority (17 out of 110) of the controls in CMMC 2.0 Level 2.
Imagine the following scenario: As part of Project Road Runner, a new initiative, the United States Army, a portion of (more…)
The DoD CIO’s office held a town hall on 2022-FEB-10. They discussed a variety of topics including CMMC 2.0. Several take-aways came out of the session that are critical for DoD contractors, especially those handling CUI.
NIST SP 800-171 can be overwhelming for contractors. In this article, we present a prioritized approach to implementing the 110 controls of 800-171.
Successful implementations are not measured by scores. The most valuable elements to a successful implementation do not have a weighted value.