December 2, 2022
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is expanding its compliance and professional services support for public sector partners.
AWS at its annual re:Invent 2022 conference this week announced the global expansion of multiple partner programs that help serve government customers. The hyperscaler has brought its public sector-focused security and compliance program and professional services initiative into four new countries, respectively.
Jeff Kratz, general manager of worldwide public sector partners at AWS, said his team is focusing more on enabling speedier, more secure response to customer needs. He said that stemmed directly from partner feedback.
AWS’ Jeff Kratz
“Today, public sector customers are facing a variety of challenges — increased cybersecurity threats and tightening budgets to name a few. Additionally, over the last few years as a result of the pandemic, governments have had to move faster than ever before to support citizens,” Kratz told Channel Futures. “My team and I don’t expect this pace of transformation to slow — in fact, we think citizens will want to see even more increased speed and accessibility in the coming years.”
AWS also announced nine companies that have earned a spot in its exclusive new sustainability cohort. It also unveiled its public sector partner awards.
Scroll through the 14 images above to see the latest news and awards for AWS public sector partners.
Also check out Channel Futures’ Day coverage of re:Invent 2022.
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