AWS Public Sector Blog
This quarter, AWS released 34 new or updated datasets on the Register of Open Data. What will you build with these datasets? Read through this blog post for inspiration.
Read this blog post to learn how the World Bank assesses road infrastructure faster and at less cost by using Alteia data analytics powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), geospatial imagery, and satellite imagery available on the Registry of Open Data on AWS.
Generative artificial intelligence (generative AI) has the potential to play several important roles in education, transforming the way we teach and learn. This blog post looks at how one EdTech startup, BriBooks, is leveraging generative AI to assist young children with creative writing.
On November 27, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent conference returns to Las Vegas, Nevada for our twelfth year of learning with cloud enthusiasts from around the world. To make the most of your experience, we’ve put together this guide to some of the public sector sessions and activities at re:Invent.
The first blog post in this series outlined considerations for developing API pipelines on AWS to extract data from third-party SaaS tools. With consolidated data, public sector organizations can offer new experiences for donors and members, enrich research datasets, and improve operational efficiency for their staff. This follow-up blog post presents options for ingesting SaaS data with API requests from AWS services, methods for handling payload data from API calls, and guidance for orchestration and scaling an API data pipeline on AWS.
Meet the featured customer speakers for the Worldwide Public Sector Innovation Talk at re:Invent 2023
At this year’s re:Invent conference, AWS is introducing Innovation Talks, which are deep dives hosted by AWS thought leaders. Dave Levy, vice president of AWS worldwide public sector, is hosting the session, “Empowering citizens through digital innovation” and will be joined by speakers from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Covered California, and Singapore’s Smart Nation and Digital Government Group (SNDGG). Read this blog post to learn more about these featured customers.
In 2022, Intelsat — operator of one of the world’s largest integrated satellite and terrestrial networks and a leading provider of in-flight connectivity — collaborated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to complete a post-acquisition domain migration from Gogo Commercial Aviation without impacting inflight experiences and other operations. This blog post shares the lessons learned from Intelsat’s successful domain migration with AWS.
During and after the COVID-19 pandemic, health agencies stood up new solutions, augmented their epidemiologic data with other data sources, or looked to their local Health information Exchange (HIE) for support. In this blog post, we highlight four states where innovative HIEs are using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help public health agencies overcome their data challenges.
After migrating to the cloud, USAID knew it could streamline its transcription process of its leader’s public remarks with cloud technology. Read this blog to learn how USAID created a solution with Amazon Transcribe, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered service from Amazon Web Services (AWS), in collaboration with AWS Partner CloudShape that helps the agency transcribe and publish remarks in minutes.
Data is key to addressing current water challenges. The cloud can play a fundamental role in supporting organizations that are working toward solutions. Read this blog post to learn how Canadian non-profit organization DataStream provides an online platform for sharing information about freshwater health.