MicroPact Awarded Government Competency Status as AWS Partner

ExecutiveBiz - MicroPact Awarded Government Competency Status as AWS Partner

Amazon Web Services has awarded an AWS Government Competency status to MicroPact in recognition of the latter's work to deliver AWS support services across federal and state governments.

MicroPact said Tuesday it offers various products that help government entities manage AWS applications and workloads.

The newly awarded competency status highlights MicroPact's AWS expertise in many government-related areas such as infrastructure management, justice, public safety, health care and facilities, among others.

MicroPact offerings include a case management application, codes, templates and software based on the firm's entellitrak platform.

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