Experts in CMMC Certification Requirements & Implementation

Don't wait to perform your assessment! Building your roadmap to compliance takes time. Let SME help you with:

  • FedRAMP Approved Vulnerability Management Solution
  • Navigating the CMMC Interim Rule and CMMC 2.0
  • Completing and Reviewing Self Assessment and SSP
  • Developing and Implementing Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Controls
  • Full Migration from Commercial Office 365 and Azure to the GCC or GCC High Environment

Preparation or
debriefing of SSP

We will help you prepare and examine your system security plan (SSP) and evaluate your implementation of security requirements.

GAP Analysis
& Readiness Assessment

Our team will review all existing documentation, self-assessments, and conduct additional evidence gathering to assess your current maturity level.

Implement Controls
to Fill Gaps

Once your GAP Analysis has been reviewed, we will identify best methods to implement controls to fill those gaps and ensure compliance.

Prepare All
Documentation Required

We will organize all of your documentation and policies and create a comprehensive compliance plan.

Ongoing Management of CMMC Security Controls

As a CMMC-AB designated Registered Provider Organization (RPO), our engineers can help ensure your hard work to achieve CMMC maintain compliance.

Maintain Eligibility for your DoD Contracts!

SME’s team of cybersecurity experts will work with you to prepare and navigate CMMC and work with you to maintain your maturity levels.

Designated as a Registered Provider Organization (RPO) and staffed with Registered Practitioners (RP) that are trained in CMMC methodology, we will develop your Compliance Action Plan and ensure a seamless execution of your CMMC controls.

Offering NEW Technology To Achieve CMMC 2.0 Compliance Quickly and Affordably, Saving Time and Money.

Moving to the Government Community Cloud (GCC) can be expensive and time-consuming. Through our valuable partnerships, SME has a time-saving, affordable solution for smaller clients with smaller infrastructures.

Our solution meets the stringent NIST 800-171, CMMC 2.0 and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) requirements for cloud handling of controlled data. With SME, your organization can become CMMC 2.0 compliant quickly, saving time and money.

  • Fully Vetted by C3PAOs

  • End-to-End File Encryption

CMMC-AB Designated Registered Provider Organization (RPO)

As a designated CMMC-AB Registered Provider Organization (RPO), SME is uniquely positioned to provide pre-assessment advice, consulting services remediation, and recommendations to government contractors.
SME takes a different, more efficient approach to help our clients achieve compliance. When you partner with us, you get a dedicated engineer who will help you build a compliance action plan for a successful CMMC assessment. Our initial gap analysis is more thorough to save costs later. We work efficiently to build a long-term strategy to maintain your maturity levels so you can continue bidding on DoD contracts.


Specialists in CMMC Capabilities and Security Solutions

Now  with our state-of-the-art Compliance Management Platform, we can crosswalk from NIST 800-171 to CMMC, for whatever maturity level you're working towards. We show the gaps with just a few clicks. And we can quickly provide an SSP (System Security Plan) and POAM (Plan of Action and Milestones) and SPRS (Supplier Performance Risk System) Score.

The engineers at Systems Management Enterprises, Inc. (SME, Inc.) are specialists in evaluating, identifying, and achieving the security required to meet maturity level requirements by the Department of Defense (DoD).

Our team will work with you to provide solutions for any security requirements, paving the way for a seamless transition to meet the new CMMC Interim Rule.

Contact us today to discuss your no-cost consultation.

Learn About Our Unique Assessment Approach

What is CMMC?

Learn more about CMMC 2.0 and the DoD’s compliance and verification framework.
  • CMMC Maturity Model streamlined from 5 to 3 levels.
  • CMMC 2.0 eliminates all CMMC unique practices and processes; Level 2 will be aligned with NIST 800-171 and Level 3 will use a subset of NIST 800-172.
  • Limited use of POAMs.
  • Third-Party Assessments for prioritized acquisitions, critical to national security.
  • Self-Assessments for non-prioritized acquisitions, not critical to national security.

The Interim Rule is still in effect! NIST 800-171 Self-Assessment, SSP, POAM, and SPRS Score still stand. However, the timeline for contracts to include the CMMC level may possibly change from 2025 to 2023.

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Is Your Microsoft Office 365 Compliant?

Learn More About Microsoft’s Government Community Cloud: GCC and GCC High

The United States Department of Defense, as part of the CMMC, mandates that contractors seeking Maturity Level 3 or higher must operate with Microsoft GCC or GCC High.

  • Affordable, transparent pricing structure
  • Initiate or validate your company’s Microsoft GCC or GCC High status with a few easy steps
  • Office 365
  • Full migration from commercial Office 365 and Azure to the GCC or GCC High environment
Let the SME team of experts configure your Microsoft GCC or GCC High quickly and easily.


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