Sev1Tech Gets Federal Occupational Health IT Support Order

Jeff Brody

Sev1Tech has won a five-year task order to expand utilization of cloud computing services at a Department of Health and Human Services component that provides occupational health services across the federal government.

The company said Tuesday it will help the Federal Occupational Health agency access data through the Amazon Web Services platform and implement an enterprise-level strategy to manage cloud-based information technology systems.

FOH issued the task order under the department's Next Generation IT Services blanket purchase agreement.

According to the company, it maintains Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program compliance for management, operational, monitoring and technical security control procedures.

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