Today we’re excited to announce that Zoom has expanded our list of solutions currently available on the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 70, which now includes the FedRAMP-approved version of Zoom Phone and an expanded variety of Zoom Webinar licenses, as well as commercial Zoom United packages, Zoom Events, Zoom Phone Power Pack, and more.
Zoom & GSA
GSA Schedule 70 serves as a contracting vehicle, connecting the public sector with more than 11 million private sector services, equipment, and supplies. As a long-term, government-wide contract, GSA helps equip federal, state, and local government employees with modern and advanced tools that enable them to get their best work done.
Zoom’s work with GSA began back in 2018 when we first announced that Zoom for Government would be available on GSA Schedule 70 through our public sector distributor Carahsoft. With today’s announcement, we’re excited to continue our work with GSA and Carahsoft to expand government workers’ access to the collaboration solutions they need to succeed in today’s digital landscape.
Details on exciting new additions
Both Zoom for Government and commercial Zoom solutions are currently available to contract via GSA. Here are the new additions, which are included in contract number GSA MAS 8F: 47QSWA18D008F:
FedRAMP-approved solutions under Zoom for Government:
- Expanded Zoom Webinar licenses
- Zoom Phone, as well as the following phone add-ons:
- International calling
- Pro PBX
- Metered license
- U.S./Canada phone numbers
- Unlimited domestic (U.S./Canada)
- Toll-free number (U.S./Canada)
- Power Pack
- Common area
- Concurrent Zoom Meetings
- Zoom Events
- Concurrent Zoom Meetings
- The following Zoom Phone add-ons:
- Zoom United
- Cloud recording
Tailored solutions for today’s public sector
Today’s government users can leverage solutions included in either our Zoom for Government or Zoom commercial platforms, depending on the needs of their organization.
Zoom for Government delivers an intuitive and secure experience similar to what commercial Zoom users know, with the only difference being that Zoom for Government is designed to comply with the specific requirements of the U.S. federal government. Both versions of the platform are scalable and flexible, giving today’s governmental organizations the technology they need to achieve their goals while still helping to protect important information shared across the platform.
Zoom for Government has been authorized at the FedRAMP Moderate Level and achieved Department of Defense Impact Level 4 (ATO-C) for Zoom Meetings from the Department of the Air Force. Zoom for Government also supports FIPS 140-2 cryptography, HIPAA compliance, and 300+ NIST controls.
To discover the Zoom solutions currently available to contract on the GSA Schedule, please contact email@example.com or visit the GSA Schedule 70 webpage. And you can learn more about Zoom for Government here.