AWS Re-Signed By Australian Government for Whole-Of-Government Cloud Deal

AWS Re-Signed By Australian Government for Whole-Of-Government Cloud Deal

Amazon Web Services (AWS) contract with the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has been extended for another three years. 

The contract allows all federal, state, and territory agencies and departments, as well as public universities and government-controller enterprises, to utilise AWS cloud services. The deal will continue to provide public sector clients with access to AWS Cloud services, which they may purchase through the DTA or directly from AWS. 

Customers will be able to access AWS cloud services via the AWS Partner Network, which includes firms such as PwC, Accenture, NextGen, Shine Solutions, and Versent, under the conditions of an “improved” arrangement specified by AWS.

Read More: https://www.zdnet.com/article/australian-government-re-signs-aws-for-whole-of-government-cloud-deal/

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