10 Companies Competing For $10 Billion Government Contract

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Laurel, Md.-based Aquilent specializes in cloud computing and digital government technology solutions for the federal sector. Founded in 1979, Aquilent solely focuses on federal government work and is "cloud-agnostic."

"The DOI Foundation Cloud Hosting Services IDIQ is important to the federal government because it's the most comprehensive cloud vehicle that enables any agency to procure both cloud hosting and cloud services through a single contract to meet their specific needs, and at Aquilent, we applaud DOI for taking this landmark step in contracting," said Aquilent CTO Mark Pietrasanta. "This IDIQ provides maximum flexibility as the cloud landscape changes rapidly and is in line with Aquilent's strategic approach to the cloud, as a technology-agnostic broker for the leading cloud service providers and a trusted adviser to our federal customers."

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