September 28, 2020 — Credence won a prime unrestricted contract to migrate the Account Management Provisioning System (AMPS) for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to a cloud environment. The AMPS is a web application that automates the process of granting users access to resources across the DLA enterprise and serves as the central gateway to all DLA applications. AMPS facilitates resource distribution to all branches of the military and sustains the functionality of the DLA enterprise and Department of Defense. AMPS requires significant modernization to sustain current and future demands, and Credence know how to deliver these requirements. Credence will perform fully managed cloud services to host and optimize the AMPS in a GovCloud environment. We will implement the latest Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings to improve the availability, security, and durability of the AMPS. Migrating an application to a GovCloud environment is an immensely complex technical and logistic process, but it is something that Credence excels at. Credence has migrated seven DLA applications in the past two years and has perfected a migration strategy that consistently exceeds the needs of its customers. The AMPS is a mission-critical application that supports U.S. warfighters across the Department of Defense, and Credence is honored to partner with the DLA to execute such an important transformation.