Amazon Web Services has recently made a number of additions to its public sector network. CACI announced today that it was accepted into AWS public sector. The company said in a statement that its inclusion in the network is in response to the company’s development of an AWS-based agile and cloud services platform.
Through its membership in the program, CACI continues and extends its services and solutions in client adoption and migration onto AWS and AWS GovCloud (US). The company has guided customers in cloud adoption, migrated applications to the cloud, expanded cloud services to enhance mission integrity and efficiency, and is developing new mission-responsive applications in the cloud.
Today, KeyW also revealed that it will also be added to the network. KeyW collects, processes and analyzes information for intelligence, defense, and cybersecurity organizations.
“The AWS platform, when coupled with KeyW’s mission experience, gives us an opportunity to deliver advanced solutions to our customers that are low cost, scalable and maintain technological relevance now and in the future,” said Doug Worthington, vice president of KeyW’s Engineering and Mission Solutions Sector