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Executive Summary

As eGovernance is making inroads across the globe, the need for cloud computing is taking center stage and many government bodies are looking for effective ways to engage stakeholders and to achieve better cross-agency collaboration. This, in turn means that there is a greater need for better alignment of resources and efforts in terms of more robust decision making ability viz-a-viz IT readiness, minimize investments in datacenter while maximizing the existing investments by adopting a Cloud/Hybrid-Cloud approach. All this has to be done while maintaining and improving upon measures of security, privacy and compliance.

OiX Government is the blockchain-ready Cloud solution for government agencies that helps government agencies meet these challenges.

The intended audience for this solution includes:

  • Government agencies interested in Enterprise Cloud Services
  • IT companies with SaaS Solution aimed for Governments.

OiX Government is a robust government cloud offering that supports government agencies in scenarios that warrant swiftness, scale, safekeeping and compliance. Our team has extensive experience working on this technology and together with our keen insight into the working of the upcoming ecosystem of Blockchain, our solution is the one for years to come.

In order to make it compliant with the wide array of security standards, as laid down by major regulatory authorities, we have made an extensive study of the guidelines and ensured that we follow the standards. Regulations such as United States Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), Department of Defense Enterprise Cloud Service Broker (ECSB), Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) are rigorously followed apart from a number of other standards.

OiX Government offers the core components of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). Among the included services are infrastructure, network, storage, identity management and data management, to name a few.

OiX Government has a host of other features that outline and underline the focus that we place on data security.

Physical and network-isolated instance – The OiX Government is an ecosystem that is completely isolated from public access and each separate instance of its deployment is isolated from the other instances as well. It is not for public consumption and can only be accessed by authorized government organizations and their service providers and partners.

Oix platform is aligned with several compliance requirements in different regions.

OiX Government cloud architecture enforces stringent controls to enhanced security meet several compliance standards required by US Federal Government, FINRA, SEC such as NIST, FedRamp, GLBA and Gov.uk Open standards for government etc.

Cloud Data storage – OiX Government Cloud offers reliable and scalable GPU Enabled Database, Big data analytics, Internet of Things, and backup and restore applications. The data storage infrastructure meets strict government data storage and archival requirement.

Thorough Background checks – Every one of our team with any kind of access to the infrastructure – physical or virtual, goes through an exhaustive background check and meets the standards set by government.

Identity Management – Identity Management, as set up within the OiX Government ecosystem FedRAMP Compliant Federated Identity Infrastructure which allows seamless authentication and authorization for existing government information technology infrastructure.

Compliance – OiX is constantly making efforts to keep abreast with the various compliance requirements. An exhaustive list of the standards we are actively following are to be found here.

OiX Government is also empowered to help agencies leverage their existing technology investments while reaping the benefits of cloud services. The flexibility and adaptability of the OiX Government Cloud allows for adoption by complex government organizational setups and inter-agency relationships.