Waldorf, MD – November 13th, 2017 – JHC Technology, an Effectual Company is pleased to be increasing its support of the US Department of Justice’s Bureau of Prisons.
The Bureau of Prisons was established in 1930 to provide more progressive and humane care for federal inmates, to professionalize the prison service, and to ensure consistent and centralized administration of federal prisons.
JHC Technology, an Effectual Company, will place members of its professional services team on-site with the Bureau of Prisons to support our ongoing delivery of AWS infrastructure. Our personnel hold multiple cloud certifications and will support a DevOps environment to include application development, security, migration, and engineering services. JHC Technology, an Effectual Company, has been delivering AWS services to Bureau of Prisons since 2016.
“JHC Technology has a long history of implementing innovative solutions at the Department of Justice,” said JHC Technology CEO Craig Atkinson. “To support the work of the Bureau of Prisons – first by delivering infrastructure to the team and now to provide skilled personnel on site to help drive innovation and secure cloud adoption – is the next logical step in our partnership with the agency. We look forward to advancing the Bureau’s mission.”
Effectual is an innovative, cloud first managed and professional services company that works with commercial enterprises and the public sector to mitigate their risk and enable IT modernization. A deeply experienced and passionate team of problem solvers apply proven methodologies to business challenges across Amazon Web Services and VMware Cloud on AWS. Effectual is backed by Catalyst Investors and Lumerity Capital, private equity firms focused on investments in cloud and data infrastructure. Effectual is a member of the Cloud Security Alliance, and the PCI Security Standards Council.