Zoom for Government

Granted an Authority to Operate by the Department of Homeland Security and the FedRAMP PMO



While the House has provided your office with a license, if you would like to also purchase your own Zoom license, Zoom for Government is available on GSA Schedule 70 through Carahsoft, our official government distributor.
Learn about Zoom for Gov Pricing


For any Zoom for Government support inquiries, please visit MyServiceRequest, search "Virtual Conference Solutions", and put in a support ticket.
or Contact the House Technology Service Desk:

For more information

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Zoom for Government?
Zoom for Government is a FedRAMP Authorized SaaS service operating at the Moderate baseline and has reciprocity to DoD Impact Level 2. Zoom for Government is operated and controlled by only US Persons-including all customer support personnel, sales engineers, and operations personnel. Zoom for Government has a separate Software Development LifeCycle that is implemented and controlled by US Persons only.
Where are the data centers and storage locations for Zoom for Government?
Zoom for Government data centers and storage locations are CONUS (Continental US) only with all customer sensitive data stored in AWS GovCloud.
What's the difference between Zoom for Government and Zoom Commercial?
Zoom for Government has all the same features within Zoom Commercial with the current exception that Zoom for Government is NOT currently integrated with the Zoom Marketplace (API connections) and does not support Zoom Phone (coming early Summer).