Adobe has introduced new cloud service offerings for government customers in an effort to help public sector organizations develop and deliver content and websites to citizens.
The company unveiled the product at the Adobe digital government assembly, where the company also announced tools and resources designed to complement the offerings, Adobe said Tuesday.
John Landwehr, Adobe’s public sector chief technology officer, said the company aims to help government customers engage with citizens and manage operations with the offerings.
“Citizens and public sector employees expect the government to deliver the same services they use in their daily lives across their smartphone, tablets and PCs,” Landwehr added.
Adobe said it is also completing a security assessment process to obtain a Federal Risk and Authorization Program authorization for cloud services.