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Oracle Secures Slot in $100M Federal Judiciary Multi-Award Cloud Service Contract

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Oracle Secures Slot in $100M Federal Judiciary Multi-Award Cloud Service Contract

Oracle has announced its selection as one of four cloud service providers for the information technology modernization efforts of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts

Under the 10-year, $100 million multi-award blanket purchase agreements, the Austin, Texas-based company will provide U.S. courts with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services and the Oracle Cloud VMware Solution. U.S. federal civilian agencies already using OCI Government Cloud include Department of Defense units and Intelligence Community members, Oracle said Tuesday.

Oracle Cloud’s infrastructure and applications provide federal customers with open data standards, robust security and an architecture driven by artificial intelligence and machine learning, the company noted. Other product features include a security-first approach across all processes and an always-on encryption without additional charges, Oracle added. 

The company stressed that its OCVS offers customers a cost-effective and controlled approach to transfer into the cloud their entire VMware storage.

Pat Mungovan, Oracle senior vice president for industrials, energy and government, said interoperability is built into the company’s next-generation cloud, representing one of the important trends across government applications. 

In February, Oracle revealed that the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program has approved more than a dozen Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services and features.

The company entered into a distributorship agreement with Carahsoft Technology in September 2023 to bring Oracle cloud solutions to more public customers. 

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