HP Enterprise Cloud Services selected as subcontractor for USPS Federal Cloud Credential Exchange
Oct 03, 2013 (WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS via COMTEX) --
Provider of technology solutions HP (NYSE: HPQ) announced on Wednesday the selection of its unit HP Enterprise Services by SecureKey Technologies Inc as a subcontractor to provide enterprise cloud services to host the US Postal Service's (USPS) new authentication infrastructure.
The US government's Federal Cloud Credential Exchange (FCCX), which enables online access to multiple federal agencies, will offer individuals and organisations secure access to federal websites and online services through existing, approved digital identification credentials.
Under this contract, financial details of which were not available, HP will deliver HP Enterprise Cloud Services - Virtual Private Cloud for US Public Sector, a Federal Risk and Authorisation Management Programme (FedRAMP) authorised service, to host SecureKey's briidge.net Exchange application for the implementation of FCCX.
According to the company, a part of the HP Converged Cloud portfolio, HP Enterprise Cloud Services deliver the benefits of a cloud-based approach without sacrificing the security required for mission-critical workloads.
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