Director of the Department of Defense Business, Amazon Web Services
In December 2022, AWS was chosen to support the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability contract. JWCC enables DOD to acquire cloud capabilities and services from cloud service providers, covering all security domains and classification levels from enterprise to tactical edge. The contract allows DOD to use cloud capabilities to meet both current and future mission initiatives.
AWS is honored to be selected for the JWCC contract and to continue supporting DOD. As DOD advances with JWCC, AWS is committed to providing top-notch cloud services to help the department achieve its critical mission.
“As the U.S. government continues to modernize the way it conducts business and serves the warfighter, AWS is committed to be a part of that mission by providing the most innovative, efficient and effective cloud solutions,” Liz Martin said.
Martin’s team is committed to providing cloud services that enable customers to build and deploy critical mission systems, enhance security, increase agility and reduce costs. Today, AWS offers a comprehensive services portfolio to help defense customers address their unique requirements and is continually innovating on their behalf to help advance their mission.
AWS also understands the critical need for capabilities to be available wherever the mission demands and offers highly secure, scalable and ruggedized cloud solutions that are field-tested for the most extreme conditions.
“Our defense customers are migrating more and more workloads to the cloud, taking advantage of new technologies, such as machine learning, AI and edge computing to address their critical mission,” said Dave Levy, vice president of U.S. government, nonprofit and healthcare at AWS. “It’s exciting to see how Liz and her team are helping these customers leverage the cloud and these new technologies to generate insights, drive innovation, reduce costs, and protect their most critical workloads.”