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IT-CNP Receives HHS Cloud Services Environment Award

IT-CNP's GovDataHosting has been awarded a contract by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to support HHS department-wide Cloud Services Environment. The award coincides with an initiative from the Office of the Chief Product Officer (OCPO) to design a department-wide cloud environment for use by all HHS Operating Divisions.

This high-performing, scalable cloud environment is intended to provide developers, scientists, and researchers with a collaborative service through which they can create and/or develop application prototypes and proofs of concepts, in addition to performing data analytics.

A separate "sandbox" environment will enable experimentation with software applications in a controlled environment isolated from main production systems.

Our team will conduct all necessary work to prepare and provide Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) services that facilitate these unique cloud environments, and coincide with the following cloud computing objectives:

  • Provide a secured, scalable, and reliable cloud computing environment to host Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) components that meet current HHS requirements and all future demands
  • Provide disaster recovery capabilities
  • Deliver cloud IaaS solutions that meet specific HHS requirements, features, and functions, aligned with the National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) "Essential Characteristics:"
    • On-demand self-service provisioning
    • Broad network access
    • Location independent resource pooling
    • Rapid elasticity and scalability
    • Measured service

Through this HHS cloud services award, GovDataHosting will contribute to the reinforcement of the nation's Health and Human Services mission. For more information about GovDataHosting's Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offerings, contact us today.

 

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