Federal Cloud Computing Services with GSA Multiple Award Schedule 47QTCA23D000J
Cloud Computing Technologies provides cloud computing to Federal Agencies as a cloud solutions provider. CCT partners with FedRAMP compliant cloud service provider (CSP), Amazon AWS, which allows agencies to meet their cloud security requirements in storing, processing, and protecting any government data and gain socio-economic credits. Through FedRAMP, agencies gain assurance of compliance of government cloud computing services without having to conduct their own security review saving time and effort. Additional information available is at Federal Cloud Service Broker.
The GSA 8(a) STARS II, a preferred contract procurement vehicle for Federal Cloud Services, permits a cloud facilities integrated IT solution with directed orders under $4.0 million, per FAR 19.804-6. Task orders may be configured in Fixed-Price, Time and Materials, Labor-Hour, or a Hybrid blend of task order type.
GSA SIN 54151HACS Principal Security Architect$153.15 / Per Hour
GSA SIN 518210C Cloud Senior DevSecOps Consultant$143.62 / Per Hour
GSA SIN 518210C Cloud Senior Microservices Consultant$129.41 / Per Hour
FedRAMP validation of Federal Cloud Computing Services
The General Services Administration (GSA) in partnership with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) conduct third-party independent review of Federal Cloud Services Providers compliance to federal security requirements.
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GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) 47QTCA23D000J
Significant Budget Savings for Federal Cloud Computing Services
Cloud computing services model incorporates a shared resources model to deliver highly efficient use of cloud provider IT resources. Federal agencies only pay for cloud cpu, memory, and disk utilization in a “utility cost model.” By lowering the cost barriers to high performance computing, agencies gain the benefits of access to expensive cloud hardware without the costs requirements of owning and maintaining computing capability. Often agencies report drastic cost savings with cloud services providers from higher energy efficiency cloud systems and reduced labor costs.
Available on GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) 47QTCA23D000J
Contact Cloud Computing Technologies today for a no-obligation competitive GSA Multiple Award Schedule federal cloud computing services quote! We specialize in designing, implementing, and maintaining federal cloud systems.