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AWS Secures $130M UK Cloud Hosting Contract Extension

Jeff Brody

Amazon Web Services will continue to provide public cloud hosting services to the U.K.'s Home Office under a contract renewal worth potentially $130.2M over four years, ComputerWeekly reported Friday.

The report said AWS commenced work under the extended contract on Dec. 12, 2019, and is scheduled to conclude the performance period by Dec. 11, 2023.

Home Office has obligated roughly $1B for contracts awarded through the British government's G-Cloud procurement vehicle, with AWS accounting for $59.1M of the total agency spending on cloud services to date, the report added.

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