Technology firm Synteractive announced the launch of the new Treasury.gov website and five other Treasury Department sites, a project it teamed with Amazon and Microsoft to complete.
The five other sites include FinancialStability.gov, SIGTARP.gov, MyMoney.gov, TIGTA.gov and IRSOversightBoard.treasury.gov.
The project to redesign Treasury.gov was awarded to Smartronix last year and was created with Microsoft’s SharePoint 2010 platform and running on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
“Amazon Web Services (AWS) is proud to provide the backbone for the landmark new Treasury.gov, ” said Teresa Carlson, vice president Global Public Sector, Amazon Web Services. “It is a prime example of federal agencies reducing costs and optimizing IT services and will serve as a blueprint for future Federal agency adoption of cloud computing solutions. We look forward to supporting future public-sector projects by helping agencies implement highly scalable, on-demand technology infrastructure solutions that save money, improve efficiencies and comply with the Federal Cloud First Initiative.”
“Synteractive is a valued Microsoft partner and continues to develop as a leader in providing creative solutions for the public sector utilizing our technologies, ” said Susie Adams, Microsoft Federal CTO, said. “The new Treasury.gov website showcases the optimal use of SharePoint 2010 as a powerful framework that enables complex workflows, a robust Enterprise Content Management System, integration of data visualizations such as OData, as well as FAST search, and metadata services, ”
Synteractive was named Microsoft’s Federal Partner of the Year in 2010.