AWS on CTAC’s GSA IT 70 Federal Supply Schedule

CTAC is proud to announce the addition of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Computing solutions to its General Services Administration (GSA) IT 70 Federal Supply Schedule (GS-35F 256CA) under the Cloud Computing Services Special Item Number (SIN) 132-40.

As a small business and AWS Public Sector Partner, CTAC has been recognized for its value, solutions, and experience provided to their Government customers’ critical missions. Government clients can now purchase AWS services directly from CTAC in addition to purchasing IT professional services. CTAC is one of the few small businesses to have AWS Cloud Computing solutions on their GSA Federal Supply Schedule, and one of 38 small businesses having the Cloud Computing Services SIN 132-40.

CTAC, in addition to their AWS offerings, has over a dozen AWS certified architects focusing on DevOps, Solution Architecture, and SysOps, to provide full lifecycle cloud solutions.

CTAC’s cloud services focus on these important activities and deliverables:

• Cloud Orchestration and Cost Management with a proven ROI
• Migration from or Secure Integration with Existing On-Premise Environments
• SysOps, DevOps, and Agile Application & Micro Service Development
• Serverless Architectures and Internet of Things (IoT)
• FedRAMP PaaS and SaaS solutions
• 24/7/365 Cloud Technical and Billing Support

Through this contract vehicle, Government clients can now purchase AWS services directly from CTAC in addition to CTAC cloud services including Infrastructure as a Services (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS). “CTAC has the ability to meet the full spectrum of cloud needs through our GSA IT 70 Federal Supply Schedule – from infrastructure to implementation,” said Don Royal, CTAC President/CEO. “The AWS Letter of Supply will enable CTAC to move to the next level of services and solutions for our existing and future customers.”

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