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Leidos, Amazon Web Services Forge Strategic Collaboration Agreement

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Leidos, Amazon Web Services Forge Strategic Collaboration Agreement

Reston, Virginia-based Leidos has announced a multiyear strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services to provide public- and private-sector customers with innovative solutions.

The agreement builds on an existing partnership providing the Department of Defense and the federal government with services such as cloud migration and certification, Leidos said

According to Steve Hull, president of Leidos’ digital modernization unit and a 4×24 member, the agreement will combine his company’s investments in federal mission solutions with AWS’ cloud computing and enterprise data management services.

The two companies previously worked together to deliver situational awareness and operations capabilities using AWS’ Impact Level 5-accredited cloud environment. As an Amazon Connect Delivery Partner, Leidos also conducted pilot and production deployments of contact-center-as-a-service solutions.

Leidos said the new agreement could enable go-to-market offerings by allocating resources toward data management, automation and artificial intelligence and utilizing multidomain operation capabilities, including hybrid architecture and managed service consumption models.

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