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AWS Clears Enlighten IT as Managed Service Provider on GovCloud; Dave Levy Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 12, 2018 — Amazon Web Services certified Enlighten IT Consulting as an approved provider of AWS cloud managed services to the former’s government customers following a third-party review of the latter’s offerings, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 12.

MacAulay-Brown, the parent company of EITC, said Oct. 11 the AWS Managed Service Provider designation serves to vet its subsidiary’s Big Data Platform and Rapid Analytic Deployment and Management Framework for use on AWS GovCloud in support of Defense Department and intelligence community programs.

“Our government customers are seeking solutions allowing them to perform their missions better, faster and more securely,” said Dave Levy, vice president of federal government at AWS and a 2018 Wash100 awardee, noting that RADMF works to accelerate mission impact to address customer challenges in data fusion and defensive cyber operations.

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