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AWS Issues Guidance on Agency Readiness for Trusted Internet Connection

amazon web servicesTYSONS CORNER, VA, February 9, 2016 — Amazon Web Services (Nasdaq: AMZN) has released guidance that seeks to help government agencies facilitate readiness for Trusted Internet Connection-ready cloud services to ensure compliance with the moderate security baseline of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

Chad Woolf wrote in a blog entry posted Wednesday that the company worked with the FedRAMP and TIC program management offices, Department of Homeland Security, General Services Administration, 18F and Veris Group to develop the “Guidance for TIC Readiness on AWS” framework.

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