AWS Startups for the Public Sector
Building for Global Public Sector Entities
Startups are driving innovation in the public sector around the globe. Amazon Web Services (AWS) connects startups with a global community that includes venture capital firms, accelerators, incubators, and academia, all while prioritizing speed, flexibility, and affordability.
What defines a public sector startup? Startups in the public sector focus their technology and business innovation on federal/central and local/municipal governments, primary and secondary education, nonprofits, and non-governmental organizations. They empower public sector entities with technology that can improve public-private engagement. AWS has worked with startups to develop next-generation technology for law enforcement, fire departments, and other first responders; and assists startups with critical programs, such as the Small Business Innovation Research program and the Small Business Technology Transfer program.
How to Engage
Connect with the AWS Public Sector Startups team to begin building.
AWS Credit Programs
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Case Studies & References
See how AWS is empowering public sector startups around the world
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