WASHINGTON (April 25, 2022) – The Alliance for Digital Innovation (ADI), which represents a coalition of companies working to modernize the U.S. government’s approach to information technology, welcomes enterprise cloud provider Workday as its newest member. Workday, which last year achieved Ready status for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) at a Moderate impact level, will help ADI advance its mission of bringing state-of-the-art information technology to government for enhanced efficiency and security.
“We are thrilled to have Workday join the organization and help shape ADI’s approach to promoting a modern digital public sector workforce,” said ADI Executive Director Ross Nodurft. “Workday is rapidly expanding its footprint in the public sector marketplace, and ADI looks forward to working closely with the Workday team to add to ADI’s policy perspectives and promote digital innovation in government.”
As a leading provider of enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, Workday has a long-standing reputation of helping public and private sector organizations adapt and thrive in a changing world. Thousands of organizations around the world and across industries—from medium-sized businesses to more than 50% of the Fortune 500—have adopted Workday applications for financial management, human resources, planning, spend management, and analytics to make more informed HR, finance, and planning decisions.
“Workday is thrilled to become a member of the Alliance for Digital Innovation. As the leading voice for commercial innovation in the public sector, ADI’s focus on empowering federal agencies to use innovative commercial technology fits well with Workday’s commitment to the federal market,” said Workday Corporate Affairs Vice President Chandler Morse. “We look forward to joining ADI in fostering stronger collaboration between Federal employees and companies like Workday that can provide innovative solutions, effectively driving IT modernization further and faster across the government.”