On March 3rd, C3’s Bill Wootton and Jody Reed, Counsel at McMahon, Welch, and Learned sat down to discuss the similarities and differences between CUI and ITAR data. As many DoD contractors know, they are facing significant technical, practical and legal challenges now that CMMC certification is required to work with the DoD. Having a clear understanding of CUI and ITAR data is key to determining your approach to CMMC compliance.
Bill and Jody discussed:
• The difference between CUI and ITAR data and their regulatory requirements
• Data sovereignty and the implications of “unintended spillage”
• Practical and legal consequences for companies and their IT services
• How companies should navigate this new environment
As a full-service IT provider, C3’s mission is to help DoD contractors achieve CMMC compliance through cloud-based solutions. C3 is an industry leader in deploying and managing Microsoft Cloud solutions across both the commercial and government sectors. Our accomplishments include nine years’ experience selling, deploying and supporting Office 365; over 200 customers in Microsoft 365; one of original five Microsoft partners authorized to sell GCC High to businesses without an Enterprise Agreement; the first to offer Office 365 GCC High Backup; and the first to offer hosted voice services in GCC High.
If you are interested in working with C3, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. No matter where you are on your journey to CMMC compliance, C3 can help.