Meeting Federal Software Supply Chain Mandates

Only two months left until the Secure Software Development Attestation Form deadline

Parth Patel

July 11, 2024

The U.S. government requires a Secure Software Development Attestation Form (SSDAF) from all organizations that wish to sell software to the government. The deadline for this is only two months away. Collecting the information to make this self-attestation can seem daunting, but the good news is if you’re already following best practices, you can make the attestation with confidence. 

If you’re just getting started, it’s not too late! In a recent Nextgov/FCW article, I outlined steps you can take to not only complete the form, but integrate best practices into your software development. By taking these steps, you'll not only be ready to meet the SSDAF deadline, but also enhance the overall security and quality of your software. Remember, security is an ongoing process, and staying proactive is the best way to protect your applications and data.

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