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Contegix (Platinum Partner) and Atlassian are working closely together to fill the gap while Atlassian finishes the ATO process - providing both FedRAMP Moderate and High PaaS solutions.
To the best of my knowledge today, neither Jira Cloud nor Jira Server products meet this specific compliance out of the box. That said there are other solution partners out there such as Contegix, that do cater to this specific compliance requirement. It might help to check out https://www.contegix.com/atlassian-hosting-advantages-using-fedramp-authorized-provider/ for more details.
I suspect there are other solution partners on https://www.atlassian.com/partners you could also find that can like help provide compliance for this.
Hi! I am the Public Sector Strategic Accounts Manager here at Atlassian and I would be happy to discuss Atlassian's plans regarding FedRAMP in more detail. Would you be interested in coordinating a time to chat?
Other Jira/Conflunce/Bitbucket Cloud users like my company would benefit from an understanding of Atlassian's FedRamp status and plans. If there is a publicly accessible page, I'd love to see it. We are being pressed to comply with Federal CUI (controlled unclassified information) handling requirements, and might be faced with migration to a different platform if we can't find good answers.
I'd be happy to bring you up to speed with regards to where Atlassian stands with respect to FedRAMP requirements. Feel free to reach me at email@example.com