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Aquilent launches Drupal platform for federal websites

Aquilent introduced a Drupal platform tailored for federal government websites. The new Drupal Platform in the Cloud gives federal customers easy, secure access to the Drupal content management system, the company said in its announcement.

The Drupal Platform in the Cloud includes Aquilent’s own custom-built Drupal infrastructure optimized for federal agencies, along with a series of workshops and Drupal support.

The architecture gives agencies a customizable Drupal platform that allows integration with other existing sites, portals and systems, deployed either in a new cloud environment or in the agency’s existing cloud environment.

“With the increased interest in open-source technologies and growth around Drupal, we saw the need to build a Drupal platform that combines the power of Drupal with the security our federal customers require to better serve citizens,” said David Fout, CEO of Aquilent.

Aquilent’s Drupal Platform in the Cloud has been designed to meet FISMA and Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program security requirements.

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