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Aquilent wins $100M BPA for cloud services

Aquilent has won a $100 million blanket purchase agreement with the General Services Administration to provide cloud services.

The BPA includes a range of cloud services including cloud hosting, cloud managed services, cloud architecture, development and security, and access to the company’s cloud management portal, Aquilent said in a release.

The BPA is a GSA-wide vehicle allowing any group or subagency within GSA to obtain cloud offerings from Aquilent and its partners. The company will be leveraging the Amazon Web Services cloud, Aquilent said.

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