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REAN Cloud Lands $950M DoD Cloud Procurement Contract

REAN Cloud has secured a potential five-year, $950 million contract from the Defense Department to provide cloud platforms and services to agencies within DoD.

The award is a production “other transaction” contract based on a prototype cloud migration and infrastructure assessment project REAN Cloud completed for the U.S. Transportation Command in 2017, the company said Wednesday.

The production OT contract also facilitates the use of a model that seeks to automate procurement and pricing to help Transcom and other DoD agencies move legacy applications to their preferred commercial cloud environment.

Herndon, Virginia-based REAN Cloud also collaborated with the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental to streamline prototyping and acquisition of cloud implementation requirements such as application assessments, infrastructure-as-a-service, operations and migrations.

REAN Cloud is a managed service provider and systems integrator and works with Amazon Web Services through the latter’s AWS Partner Network.

 

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