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SSA Wants Cloud-Based Web Analytics

The Social Security Administration’s budget office wants to use cloud computing for analyzing the SSA’s web traffic, according to a request for information.

SSA is asking for industry feedback on how to equip its webmasters with modern, vendor-supported and reliable Internet and intranet usage through using software-as-a-service.

Interested contractors must be able to work on SSA’s secure server applications and subdomains and provide expertise to the agency for Google Analytics.

SSA said the tools will provide real-time reporting and improve Web marketing effectiveness.

Providers submitting information should also be able to perform data processing, reporting, profile management and training services for SSA.

SSA said respondents should state if their software is available via a governmentwide agency contract.

SSA is accepting responses through March 7.

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