CMMC & DFARS Compliance Simplified

Unveiling the Realities of DFARS / CMMC Compliance

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For United States contractors, Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) compliance isn’t a walk in the park. It necessitates a delicate balance of tools, processes, skilled personnel, and meticulous documentation. Delving into any individual compliance practice, not to mention all 110 defined by the Department of Defense (DoD), leaves cybersecurity practitioners in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) grappling with a myriad of questions. 

Compliance can be tackled in a systematic and holistic manner. Your organization might have already addressed some of the requirements, but there’s always room for improvement.

SP6’s Cyber Compliance Advisory Services help you pinpoint and rectify your compliance gaps. 

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Navigating the CMMC / DFARS Compliance Landscape

Amidst the clamor, numerous companies proclaim, “Compliance is a breeze!” But you’re left sifting through the noise, searching for the right compliance solutions and discerning where to make strategic investments. That’s where CMMC & DFARS Cyber Compliance Advisory Services can help.

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What is CMMC Compliance?

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) emerged as a regulatory requirement in November 2020. CMMC is mandated in the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement 252.204-7021 clause as an interim rule. As it solidifies through legislation, CMMC will become a contractual obligation.

Why is CMMC / DFARS Important?

For defense contractors operating under the DFARS 252.204-7012 clause, compliance with NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-171 is mandatory. Furthermore, organizations handling Federal Contract Information (FCI) must adhere to the essential safeguarding requirements within NIST 800-171, as stipulated by the FAR 52.204-21 regulatory mandate.

According to the Department of Defense:

"The relationship between CMMC and NIST standards lies in the fact that CMMC requirements will necessitate a contractor self-assessment or third-party assessment to determine whether the applicable NIST standard (as identified by the DFARS clause) has been met."

Benefits to your Organization

Significantly reduced cyber and business risk.

Iterative increases in your organization’s SPRS score and compliance readiness.

A competitive advantage in obtaining federal contracts.

A significantly reduced workload, as SP6 handles the time-consuming generation and management of documents and artifacts.

Learn more about how we can help you navigate and simplify your cyber-compliance journey.