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CMMC Compliance: Your First Step is Here and it is FREE.

DFARS, NIST, and CMMC v2.0 Compliance

Based on some confusing and potentially conflicting information we have found, we thought it was extremely important to clarify all expectations that the DoD has of its primes, subs and vendors.

From listening to countless podcasts, watching and attending webinars, completing official CMMC Cyber-AB certification, and reading any and every publication and white paper we could get our hands on, one thing regarding cybersecurity is clear:

The DoD is done messing around.

We do not say that to scare or alarm you. On the contrary, we want to empower and embolden you. We want our clients to have a competitive advantage in this ever-toughening DIB marketplace, and we do not want you to lose your contract. We also want to help keep not just YOU safe, but we also pride ourselves in the role we play in strengthening the national security of our great nation that we love so much. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NEW DFARS Interim Rule here. Did you know that every prime, sub and vendor MUST have uploaded an assessment onto the Supplier Performance Risk System (SPRS) by December 1, 2020 if they want to even be considered for a contract? NIST/DFARS compliance has been in place (and has been the law) for over 5 years, but sadly most defense industrial base contractors are failing their compliance mandates.


We hear this question asked so often by overwhelmed contractors like yourself that we created a free NIST/CMMC FREE Self-Assessment. With this assessment, there is NO right or wrong answer, but it will give you an idea as to where you currently stand. It is your FIRST STEP to NIST and CMMC compliance.


The guidelines in NIST SP 800-171 were highly effective, however, the self-reporting and attestation was not.

Download our CMMC Guide

According to Katie Arrington, the former Chief Information Security Officer for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, who was helping to spearhead the CMMC initiative, over $600 billion in data and information is stolen ANNUALLY from the US government! The reason the Department of Defense (DoD) is forging ahead quickly with CMMC requirements is that the government realizes how insecure the current supply chain is and that contracts have a five-year life cycle.

American companies must act now to ensure that their cybersecurity hygiene is at the point where we can fight off bad actors.

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Learn how you can secure your government contract and become CMMC certified:

CMMC Preparedness with Petronella Tech

The price of the formal CMMC audits is not currently known, here at PTG, we have extensive experience implementing other similar requirements for contractors; requirements that are the backbone of the CMMC maturity levels, including NIST SP 800-171, NIST SP 800-53, DFARS 252.214-7012, 252.214-7019, 252.214-7020, etc. 

PTG has developed a unique approach in helping your company get 80% of the work done to prepare for the upcoming audits.

PTG offers multiple options to fit every defense contractor's needs and budget. 

Automated Workflows

CMMC Retainer Services

Automated Follow Up Tasks

CMMC “Readiness” Gap Analysis

Automated Follow Up Tasks

Patented Cybersecurity Stack

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CMMC Virtual Workspace

Automated Follow Up Tasks

Secured Hosting

Please contact us today to discuss the options we have available to help you pass your upcoming CMMC audit on the first try.