1901 Group Awarded Government Competency Status as AWS Partner

Jeff Brody

Amazon Web Services has granted 1901 Group a Government Competency designation that validates the latter's capacity to provide cost-effective software solutions for government clients to improve efficiency and output.

The competency status is awarded by AWS to companies that have demonstrated expertise in one or more several key categories, including National Security and Defense, Public Healthcare, Justice and Public Safety, Infrastructure Management and Citizen Services, 1901 Group said Tuesday.

“1901 Group is proud to achieve the AWS Government Competency because this designation recognizes that 1901 Group provides services that address government mandates, can reduce costs, drive efficiencies, and increase automation,“ said Brendan Walsh, senior vice president of partner relations at 1901 Group.

The AWS Competency Program seeks to assist clients in connecting with AWS consulting and technology partners with industry knowledge and experience.

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