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Axiom Space is migrating its enterprise information technology infrastructure to Amazon Web Services to provide cloud-based tools and services to its operations, business and engineering teams supporting the development of its commercial space station in low-Earth orbit. "Axiom Space is using AWS’s global infrastructure and a broad and deep portfolio of cloud services to deliver revolutionary solutions to the space industry," Dave Levy, vice president for worldwide public sector at AWS, said in a statement published Monday.


Dave Levy, vice president of worldwide public sector at Amazon Web Services, said there are four areas where generative artificial intelligence could benefit public sector organizations and the first is the capability of large language models and other generative AI tools to process and analyze large volumes of data, enabling agencies to glean insights and make informed decisions. Levy, a four-time Wash100 awardee, wrote in an article published Wednesday on Forbes that generative AI could help agencies optimize resource allocation through analysis of historical data and demand patterns.

CACI International will help U.S. government customers accelerate their transition to the cloud by leveraging Amazon Web Services’ cloud capabilities under a strategic collaboration agreement with AWS. CACI said Tuesday it will build on its delivery execution framework, dubbed Agile Solution Factory, and deliver enterprise information technology modernization support and edge capabilities through its partnership […] More
Science Applications International Corp. will further design and develop secure cloud offerings for government agency customers in the AWS GovCloud platform under a strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services. SAIC said Monday it will advance its Zero Trust Accelerator offerings and facilitate the adoption of its CloudScend tools to help government clients speed up […] More
L3Harris Technologies and Amazon Web Services will collaborate on the development and testing of networking and sensor fusion capabilities to give warfighters access to diverse datasets in near real-time.  The Melbourne, Florida-based aerospace company said Wednesday the datasets, when paired with artificial intelligence, could allow for cognitive and predictive modernization of radars and sensors across […] More
Amazon Web Services is working to help health care organizations address workforce challenges through an accelerator program, Modern Healthcare reported Tuesday. AWS announced at a conference the selection of 23 startups for the program, which seeks to help business leaders improve their business model, cloud architecture and regulatory pathways over a five-week period. The company […] More
Amazon Web Services and three other vendors secured spots on the Department of Defense’s Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability contract and Dave Levy, vice president of U.S. government, nonprofit and health care at AWS, said the company will work to deliver capabilities to support DOD and its mission through the JWCC vehicle. Levy, a four-time Wash100 […] More
Government agencies are facing information technology workforce challenges when it comes to implementing cloud modernization efforts and Dave Levy, vice president of U.S. federal government, nonprofit and healthcare at Amazon Web Services, said AWS helps address that through free cloud computing skills training and other education programs, FedScoop reported Wednesday. “By 2025, AWS will help […] More
Dave Levy, vice president of Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) government, nonprofit and healthcare business, published a blog post to reflect on the company’s achievements in government cloud capabilities over the last decade with AWS GovCloud (US). In his blog post, Levy acknowledged that AWS has made significant strides in cloud infrastructure innovation since its AWS GovCloud (US) […] More
Dave Levy, vice president of U.S. government, nonprofit and healthcare businesses at Amazon Web Services, wrote in a blog post published Monday that cloud adoption through the Technology Modernization Fund could help government agencies improve cybersecurity, update high-priority systems, reduce costs and enhance the delivery of services to citizens. Levy, a 2021 Wash100 Award winner, […] More

Dave Levy, vice president of U.S. government, nonprofit and healthcare businesses at Amazon Web Services and a 2021 Wash100 Award winner, wrote in a guest piece published Wednesday on FedScoop how AWS works to help federal agencies address the challenge of keeping up with machine learning, edge computing and other transformational technologies and the need to train employees in order for them to take advantage of the capabilities that cloud offers to improve mission delivery.


Dave Levy, vice president of Amazon Web Services' (AWS) federal business, has received his fourth consecutive Wash100 Award as a part of Executive Mosaic’s class of 2021 recipients for continuing focus on cloud efforts, cyber and driving the development of emerging technology capabilities across the federal sector. Visit GovConWire to read Dave Levy’s full 2021 Wash100 Award profile.

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