By achieving compliance, you could be ahead of your competition when bidding on contracts. Discover how in this recent article by SSE CEO Elizabeth Niedringhaus.
The Department of Defense (DoD) recently issued its much-anticipated Interim Final Rule, which came into effect on November 30, 2020. DoD contractors and subcontractors will be required to submit scored self-assessments against current NIST 800-171 requirements under the new rule. This process will also act as a bridge to CMMC compliance in the coming years.
Have you started working on compliance? Delaying could be a costly error; get ahead of your competition and achieve compliance to ensure your company is eligible for DoD contracts.
This is precisely what SSE CEO Elizabeth Niedringhaus explored in her recent article for Defense Systems — check out the article to learn how to turn your CMMC compliance into a competitive advantage.
Expert Assistance With NIST 800-171 And CMMC For Small Businesses
The experienced team at SSE is available to help assess your current situation and provide a customized solution set for your company to meet NIST 800-171 controls and CMMC practices. As both a DoD contractor and IT solutions provider, in 2017 we self-certified with third-party verification. While new to our clients, CMMC isn’t new to us.