Leidos to collaborate with AWS

On March 6, Leidos announced it has entered into a multi-year Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with Amazon Web Services (AWS). The agreement will leverage each company’s unique strengths to accelerate innovation for new and existing customers in both the public sector and select commercial markets.

“We’re excited to build on our existing work with AWS and create innovative solutions for our customers,” said Steve Hull, president of Leidos’ digital modernization sector. “Through this agreement, Leidos will align our investments in federal mission solutions with AWS’s portfolio of cloud computing and enterprise data management services to enhance innovation and efficiency for our customers.”

Leidos and AWS have a proven track record of successfully working together providing solutions for the Department of Defense (DoD) and the federal government. This includes leveraging the Impact Level (IL) 5 accredited AWS environment for end-to-end situational awareness and operations, pilot and production deployments of Contact-Center-as-a-Service solutions as an Amazon Connect Delivery Partner, efficient cloud migrations, internal research and development, as well as workforce development in AWS and cloud certifications.

The collaboration between Leidos and AWS expands upon an existing relationship by dedicating resources focused on enterprise data management and analysis, automation and AI. It also utilizes capabilities within multi-domain operations, with an emphasis on hybrid architectures and managed service consumption models. Through this collaboration, both organizations will bring together new resources needed to enable go-to-market offerings, Leidos said.

Source: Leidos

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