NIST 800-171

Stand above the competition on your next federal contract bid with a
NIST 800-171 assessment.

Are you currently working on, or seeking to work on, a federal contract, and you handle, transmit, or store CUI (Controlled Unclassified Information) or CDI (Covered Defense Information)? You will need to successfully prove compliance to NIST 800-171.

As one of the top federal assessors in the world, A-LIGN has helped many organizations achieve NIST 800-171 compliance. We can help you too.

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Win More Federal Contracts
with NIST 800-171 Compliance

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-171 outlines the cybersecurity requirements that any non-federal computer system must follow in order to store, process, or transmit CUI.

As an organization interested in working on a federal contract, you must implement the appropriate NIST 800-171 controls. These cybersecurity control measures protect vital information in nonfederal systems and organizations and are mandatory for any organization acting as a government contractor.

The Benefits of a NIST 800-171 Assessment:

  • Meets mandatory requirements for organizations working on federal government contracts
  • Protects your organization’s vital information and safeguards systems and data
  • Provides continuous monitoring to maintain security and fix vulnerabilities
  • Prepares your organization for CMMC Certification

NIST 800-171 Services

NIST 800-171 Assessment

NIST 800-171 Assessment

We will assist your organization through the self-assessment process as defined by NIST. During this we will assess your company’s controls against the published controls of NIST 800-171.


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Are you ready to start your compliance journey? A-LIGN is ready to assist with any of your compliance, cybersecurity, and privacy needs.