Aaron Stowell, Vice President/CTO of CTAC discusses the value small businesses can make in the Federal cloud marketplace supporting agencies including HHS, and he shares insights on how small businesses can benefit and grow from the innovations coming out of the challenges they face.

About Aaron Stowell

Aaron Stowell, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO), leads CTAC’s strategic growth, cloud practice, and innovation initiatives. As CTO, Mr. Stowell explores emerging technologies and their application in the Federal marketplace. Joining CTAC in 2000, he was responsible for the adoption and implementation of countless open source and cloud technologies. Under his guidance, CTAC and its clients were successful early adopters of numerous game-changing technologies such as DevSecOps on AWS (when EC2 was still in beta) and enterprise multi-agency API-based paper-eliminating systems (when Ruby on Rails was still in beta). Mr. Stowell has supported CTAC projects and client programs that have won several Federal Health IT (FHIT) Innovation Awards and have been featured by major news outlets such as Good Morning America and Scientific American

About CTAC

CTAC, a privately-owned small business that is headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, has been a member of G2Xchange and a sponsor for Federal Health IT (FHIT) Innovation Awards and other events for more than five years. As a cloud services provider and IT consultancy, CTAC provides cutting-edge technology solutions to Federal, State, and local government agencies and proudly supports nearly a dozen Federal agencies including Health and Human Services (HHS), Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Energy (DOE), U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), Consumer Product Safety Commision (CPSC), General Services Administration (GSA), and University of California and the VA. CTAC is a top-notch expert in web application development, content management, DevSecOps, cloud solutions, APIs, AI/ML, Drupal content management, IT and technology modernization initiatives, and business process solutions to government and private sector clients since 1993 and to HHS since 1999.

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