AWS Gives Govt Competency Status to InfoReliance; John Sankovich Comments

cloud computingAmazon Web Services has recognized Fairfax, Virginia-based technology company InfoReliance for work to help government customers run workloads and applications on AWS’ cloud platform.

InfoReliance achieved the AWS Government Competency status based on AWS cloud services to federal civilian and defense agencies, InfoReliance said Monday.

John Sankovich, InfoReliance executive vice president for cloud solutions, said the designation recognizes his company’s efforts to help public sector customers adopt cloud technology.

As member of the AWS Partner Network, InfoReliance also received designation as an AWS Managed Service Program Partner, an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner in the APN and AWS Government Reseller.

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