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The AWS worldwide public sector helps counties deploy cloud services to reduce costs, drive efficiencies, and increase innovation. Public sector organizations of all sizes use AWS to build applications, host websites, harness big data, store information, conduct research, improve online access for citizens, and more. AWS has dedicated teams focused on helping our customers pave the way for innovation and, ultimately, make the world a better place through technology. Learn more about AWS by visiting: aws.amazon.com/stateandlocal
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