Project Resilience is a part of the AWS Disaster Response Program supporting AWS Worldwide Public Sector customers whose business continuity is critical to a community's resilience by helping them protect their data from potential impact caused by natural and man-made disasters.

AWS is offering up to $2,000 in AWS Project Resilience Credits to state and local governments, community organizations, and education institutions supporting their business continuity plans in the cloud. Eligible new customers can submit a request for up to $2,000 in AWS Project Resilience Cloud Credits to offset costs incurred by storing critical datasets in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). Eligible existing customers can submit a request for up to $2,000 in AWS Project Resilience Cloud Credits to offset costs incurred by engaging ProServe and CloudEndure to do a deeper dive on their business continuity architecture.

Disaster Response

If you receive Resilience Credits for free usage of AWS, these credits will be good for one year or until the Resilience Credits have been fully utilized. Please make sure to account for the duration of the Resilience Credits in your project timeline, as the end date cannot be extended and Resilience Credits will expire if unused.

Please be aware that this program is currently only available to customers and does not include partners at this time.

AWS Promotional Credits Terms and Conditions

Description of needs should include types of datasets that need to be stored for continuity (optional if information is classified):

The information you provide is subject to the Amazon.com Privacy Notice. Applicants will be notified by email. Your participation in the AWS Project Resilience Program is subject to the general AWS Customer Agreement terms or other terms governing your use of AWS services and the AWS Project Resilience Program. Terms and Conditions.