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Tango Is the Government’s Workplace Process Solution

Tango is the workplace management solution for your workplace, whether it’s managing real estate transactions and projects, administering and accounting for leases, enabling employees to book offices and conferences rooms, or engaging in space planning and management. Tango is FedRAMP authorized and provides this innovative, workplace management solution to enhance the Government’s Workforce Productivity and Workspace Optimization.

What Is FedRAMP® and What Is Tango’s FedRAMP Status?

Tango has a commitment to security, especially when our customers’ data is at stake.  To prove this, Tango obtained FedRAMP® Authorization with the support of our partner, Moss Adams.

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Government agencies can now use Tango’s workplace management software knowing that their data is always protected with enterprise-class security features and standards.

What Is FedRAMP?

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP®) is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.  All cloud service providers that hold federal data must be FedRAMP certified.

FedRAMP compliance empowers federal agencies to:

  • use modern cloud technology that emphasizes security and protection of federal information so they can feel confident and safe,
  • accelerate the adoption of secure, cloud solutions and save money using uniform assessments and authorizations, and
  • create and preserve transparency between the government and cloud service providers.

You can find Tango’s listing on the FedRAMP Marketplace.

What Is the Canadian Supply Agreement, and What Is Tango’s Status?

Tango has established a Supply Arrangement for Software as a Service with the Government of Canada. This method of supply simplifies the procurement process for government entities for the entire suite of Tango products.

Canadian Federal departments and agencies can now access Tango through Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) and the Tango Supply Arrangement.
PSPC, on behalf of the Government of Canada (GC), issued a Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) to establish a new method of supply to satisfy various Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) requirements for unclassified cloud requirements. As part of the Supply Arrangement, Tango is prequalified to meet the business needs of the GC.

Canadian government entities can now directly acquire Tango products without undergoing the traditional negotiation or procurement procedures. This translates to greater efficiency, reduced administrative burden, and faster deployment of Tango’s solutions to address a wide array of real estate and facilities challenges faced by government agencies.

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View Tango’s Listing Here

GSA Multiple Award Schedule

Tango’s products, training, and services are available directly from Tango via the Multiple Award Schedule (MAS).

The General Services Administration’s MAS the government’s source for IT acquisitions.  Government agencies can easily search through a list of pre-existing, pre-competed IT solutions saving both time and money.

Contract Number: GS-35F-470BA

View Tango’s MAS Detail on GSA e-Library

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Using Tango to Comply With Mandates, Legislation, and Policies Affecting Federal Agency Workplaces

Government agencies have directives and requirements around telework and the workforce, real estate reduction and sustainability. Tango provides the SaaS platform necessary to execute the government’s mission critical Telework, Continuity of Operations and COVID Compliance processes, while measuring and optimizing its important efforts to cut costs through OMB’s Reduce the Footprint and carbon emissions through Zero Emissions Buildings directives.

Agencies leverage this mission critical solution to manage:

  • Telework & Flexibility. Manage and measure work from any location including WFH (work from home), the office, other Agencies, or coworking locations.

  • Reduce the Footprint.  Optimize space usage based on the way people work, and ensure planning and day-to-day management meets the dynamic requirements of the new workforce.

  • Zero Emission Buildings. Through actual utilization measurement, real estate reduction, and shared desk strategies, Agencies can reduce their office space, and thus reduce their Carbon Footprint by up to 50%.

What’s the Big Picture? What Can Be Done?

Improve Workplace Flexibility:

  • Measure the utilization of each desk in each location to provide the data for making the best decisions on how many desks and meeting rooms are needed where

  • Identify flexible work (telework and hoteling) candidates based on how often they work outside the office instead of inside

  • Shift workers, where appropriate, to telework and support those who are in the office on any given day with guaranteed desks, convenient meeting rooms and catering, and communication technology

  • Provide a network of space including coworking to accommodate workers when they need office space and in the location best suited to that day’s schedule and agenda

Enhance Telework:

  • Identify which workers are best suited telework to or who are already working outside the office often as mobile workers

  • Establish or expand the telework program to include as many workers as possible

  • Prepare or enhance the policies to support telework and the contracts to maintain performance and career paths

  • Train both managers and workers in how to succeed and thrive in the new distributed or remote work environment that is telework

  • Capture and accumulate data daily to manage productivity and readily report compliance to OMB

Reduce the Deficit:

  • Measure how much real estate the agency has and how much of that is actually being used

  • Consolidate buildings and reduce the number of desks the agency needs by increasing the utilization of existing office space via alternative workplace arrangements and telework

  • Reduce the cost of energy required for heating, air conditioning, lighting, powering computers and monitors by reducing the number of buildings occupied and automatically turning off unneeded services based on how many workers are actually in the building on any given day

Improve Sustainability:

  • Reduce carbon footprint and energy consumption by reducing the number of buildings needed and the amount of space (desks and conference rooms) needed in the remaining buildings

  • Reduce carbon footprint and foreign oil dependence by increasing telework and thereby decreasing the number of commuters and the amount of traffic

  • Deliver power, lighting, and heating/air conditioning only to the areas of the buildings and the workspaces where workers are actually working on any given day

Provide Continuity of Operations (COOP):

  • Further develop and practice telework programs so workers can accomplish mission even when they cannot reach or access the office workplace

  • Distribute the location of space strategically to support workers across more than one building or campus and institutionalize the reservation or scheduling of desks and conference rooms to prepare the workforce for working from different locations during emergencies

  • Tie the delivery of phone calls to the physical location of each worker via an automated system that synchronizes with the reservation system, so calls are routed to where the worker is today regardless of location

  • Develop standards and policies common to every location to maintain productivity even when workers are “looking for a printer” or “where is the fax machine” in new facilities

Support Reinvestment and Recovery Legislation:

  • Renovate, transform, and consolidate Federal office space

  • Measure actual utilization of all office space, down to each workspace

  • Manage more modern and agile work styles and arrangements, attracting and retaining young talent

  • Optimize desks and meeting rooms to increase utilization and eliminate vacancy

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Tango 2023 Sustainability Report

We have released our first Sustainability Report for 2023, marking an important step in our sustainability journey. In the report, we announce our goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030, setting us apart as a pioneer in the larger ecosystem of real estate technology providers.