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FedScoop: Google to create standalone public sector cloud services division

Google will spin off its public sector-focused business line from Google Cloud to launch an independent division focused purely on federal, state and local governments and the education sector, the company announced Tuesday…

In launching Google Public Sector, the company is “doubling down our significant commitment to serving the U.S. public sector,” Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian, whom Grannis will report to, told FedScoop in an interview…

“Public sector customers want more diversity in the cloud vendors who serve them. They want help to move away from legacy providers, help to modernize their core technology and to advance their innovation agendas,” Kurian said. “They see Google as a really advanced engineering company that has technology that can really change how they use technology to deliver services to be more efficient, to enable new capability, and choice has always been important to them.”

“[C]ompetition brings both access to the best technology at the most attractive price,” he said, adding that “choice always gives the government flexibility.” … Read the full article here.



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