The answer is highly likely to be no.
From https://www.atlassian.com/trust/security/security-practices, you can see they are ISO27001, SOC2 and PCI DSS certified, but not FedRAMP.
Any customer who is sensitive about their information probably should be using Server anyway.
Anyway, to be sure, you can raise a ticket at https://support.atlassian.com/
@Dave Kendighttps://www.contegix.com/products-and-services/application-management/atlassian-jira/ is the only option I've found for FedRAMP approved providers. Confluence as well. They are not exactly cheap though.
We have work in progress to achieve FedRAMP ATOs for Jira and Confluence Cloud, please check the estimated timelines for this and other regulation frameworks in our Roadmap: https://www.atlassian.com/roadmap/cloud?category=compliance&selectedProduct=cloud
(BTW: Trello recently received an ATO for FedRAMP Tailored, in case that is of interest)
Checked timelines you mentioned and wanted to see if the FedRamp certification was still targeting 2023 as we are facing a similar situation. Federal government customer, we realize Server is in process of sunsetting. Interest in going to Cloud for Jira and Jira Align. However. If we end up needing to move to Data Center version of Jira (missing FedRamp cert) what are our options for Jira Align with Jira Data Center if Align is not FedRamp certified? Thanks.
Hi @tim comella ,
We will be updating information in the roadmap in the next couple months. To your question of:
> If we end up needing to move to Data Center version of Jira (missing FedRamp cert) what are our options for Jira Align with Jira Data Center if Align is not FedRamp certified?
There is an on premise version for Jira Align, please ask your sales representative about it.