Leidos Selected as AWS Consulting Partner; John Fratamico Comments

Leidos Selected as AWS Consulting Partner; John Fratamico Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
John Fratamico,

Leidos has earned the highest designation in Amazon Web Services‘ partner network for investing in cloud and technical services to support government and enterprise clients.

The Premier Consulting Partner designation came two months after the Reston, Va.-based company received AWS Managed Service Provider status to help clients help design, build, migrate, operate and update cloud environments, Leidos said Wednesday.

John Fratamico, chief technology officer of Leidos, said the firm’s cloud architects work with customers to help them implement platforms designed to reduce information technology footprint and manage data sets.

Leidos joined the AWS Partner Network in August 2014 and also received Government Competency certification for the national security and defense, public healthcare and citizen services industries.

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