Sevatec Joins AWS Public Sector Partner Program; Tanusree McCabe Comments

Amazon Web Services has added Fairfax, Virginia-based technology services provider Sevatec to AWS’ Public Sector Partner Program in the government category as part of an extended partnership between the two companies.

Sevatec said Monday it seeks to offer cloud architecture, development and migration services to federal government customers through the program.

The AWS Public Sector Partner Program recognizes companies that work to help address the mission requirements of government, education and nonprofit customers.

“Through our innovation and talent, we know how to migrate into AWS in a simplified, secure and streamlined manner,“ said Tanusree McCabe, senior solutions architect at Sevatec.

Sevatec engineering teams currently manage cloud environments and oversee big data and AWS pilot programs for the Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement with the use of AWS-based DevOps.

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