Aquilent Awarded $100M GSA Cloud Services BPA; Mark Pietrasanta Comments

cloudITThe General Services Administration has awarded a five-year, $100 million blanket purchase agreement to Aquilent to deliver cloud computing services across the agency.

Aquilent said Tuesday the single-award contract covers architecture development, security and hosting services and offers the agency access to the company’s cloud management portal.

Mark Pietrasanta, chief technology officer at Aquilent, said the company aims to help GSA accomplish the agency’s mission and increase citizen engagement through cloud technology.

Aquilent, an Amazon Web Services partner, will also leverage the AWS Cloud platform as part of the agreement with GSA.

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