CSRA-Racemi Alliance to Offer Cloud Migration Services in Public Sector; Peter O’Donoghue Comments

technology, cyber, cloud, computerCSRA and Racemi have extended their partnership to jointly market a suite of bundled services intended to help government customers transition to Amazon Web Services‘ cloud computing platform or isolated GovCloud region.

The companies’ three-phased cloud migration offering covers discovery and design, target preparation and assisted server migration services, CSRA said Monday.

“Today’s [chief information officers] adopt cloud transformation strategies that require migration solutions to mitigate the risks inherent with moving entire data centers into the cloud,” said Peter O’Donoghue, CSRA vice president for solutions and alliances.

The alliance will offer the packaged services through the Chief Information Officer – Commodities and Solutions contract vehicle managed by the National Institutes of Health’s National Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center.

CSRA noted the offering is derived from a cloud migration initiative the company implemented when it was formed through the merger of CSC‘s North American public sector business with SRA International in November 2015.

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