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Public Sector

State & Local Government

State & Local Government

State and local agencies are seeking more effective ways to engage employees and stakeholders in delivering more innovative citizen services. They need technology to power the people.

WWT can accelerate this 21st century approach. Whether it is an improved passenger experience for transportation services, more efficient patient and eligibility experiences for health and human services, or safer first responder and citizen experiences for public safety, we modernize your IT and deliver on these digital initiatives. 

Our mission-aligned strategies focus on finding the right solutions that are cloud-ready, agile and secure to fit within fiscal and compliance constraints while providing the most effective time to value.

How we help

Security Transformation

Protect state and local governments from new and existing threats with a holistic security approach

Digital and Business Transformation

Enhance the citizen and stakeholder experience by leveraging IoT, business analytics, AI & ML and more

Multicloud Architecture

Move and modernize critical workloads and scores of classified data without compromising security, no matter where you are in your cloud migration journey

Digital Workspace

Give employees the best possible experience, regardless of their physical location

Learn more about stimulus funding opportunities

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Advancing Public Sector Initiatives Through Stimulus Funds

Since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, the federal government has passed three significant pieces of legislation to help agencies, institutions, and organizations navigate the unprecedented challenges they encountered, continue to face today, and prepare for a new normal moving forward. Learn more about each of these legislative acts and how they could advance your public sector initiatives.

Since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, the federal government has passed three significant pieces of legislation to help state and local agencies advance their initiatives.

State & Local Government contracts

WWT can help consolidate your contracts and deliver everything you need in one solution to lower your total cost. We hold more than 130 procurement contract vehicles in 27 states. Our contract vehicles save money and simplify the entire IT procurement process for state and local government agencies, cities, counties and public educational institutions.

Our work

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Case Study Endpoint Security

Protecting the Ballot Box with FireEye Security Solutions

WWT partnered with FireEye to deliver comprehensive security solutions that would provide long-term protection for a state’s election infrastructure.

Lab

Lab Public Sector

Nozomi Guardian Industrial Control System Security Demo

Nozomi Guardian™ is monitoring a virtual chemical manufacturing process environment on a flat network. The environment contains a virtual plant (1 HMI, 1 PLC, 6 I/Os), a virtual substation (1 HMI, 4 RTUs), and an instance of Nozomi Guardian. This lab enables a user to familiarize and test Guardian's ability to passively discover hosts, map networks, baseline traffic and issue alerts on a simulated OT environment.
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Case Study Microsoft Office 365

Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 Migrations Improve Employee Experience and Operations for City Agencies

A mayoral agency partnered with WWT to migrate their devices from Windows 7 to Windows 10. We also worked together to improve the agency’s employee experience by modernizing its email, productivity, mobility and collaboration software through Microsoft’s cloud-enabled Office 365 services.
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Article Public Sector

The Changing Role and Landscape of Higher Education Research

Higher education institutions conduct advanced research that delivers innovation, breakthrough technologies, cures for diseases and so much more for societal benefit.
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Article Public Sector

Higher Education Research Demands a Better Together Model

To win the day, higher education institutions need more, but may well have to make do with less. How can they navigate this contradictory environment?

Our people

 Ready to deliver mission-based outcomes

Collaborating with WWT means working with senior-level staff who offer a compelling blend of government and high-tech expertise from the public and private sectors. Our team provides the skills and leadership necessary to identify the right technology solutions and ensure seamless implementation and management across the agency.

Shawn Rodriguez

Vice President East, State & Local Government and Education

Shawn leads the development and execution of all go-to-market strategies and activities including field sales hiring and enablement, integrated field marketing, contract capture, vertical business development, partner and solution execution, and overall growth.

Prior to joining WWT, Shawn served in similar leadership capacities at Forescout Technologies and Splunk. He started his sales career in various sales and leadership positions, all state & local government and education focused.

Matthew Jenkins

Vice President West, State & Local Government and Education

Matthew is responsible for the development and execution of all go-to-market plans including sales team hiring and development, marketing and events, contract capture, business development and vertical solutions. 

Prior to WWT, Matthew spent 15 years at Cisco Systems in leadership positions in both systems engineering and enterprise account management. 

John Evans

Chief Technology Advisor (CTA)

John engages with clients on strategy, innovation and transformation to develop and deliver solutions that are tailor-made for business in government and education. He is focused on achieving tangible operational and business outcomes for WWT’s customers at enterprise scale.

Prior to joining WWT, Evans served as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Deputy Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for the State of Maryland, where he helped lead statewide technology and security initiatives. Evans brings over 15 years of technology expertise with extensive experience with security, cloud, and mission critical applications with a primary focus on the SLED market.

David Stevens

Chief Strategic Advisor, SLED West

David is a trusted leader with extensive judiciary and legislative experience and particular expertise with topics including the alignment of business and technology strategy, cybersecurity, managed services, smart cities and digital transformation. David is a nationally recognized business and technology leader who continually demonstrates the ability to lead, grow and foster profitable businesses, all while supporting the community. Prior to joining WWT, David served in a variety of public and private leadership positions, including prominent roles as the President of GMI (nVision); Executive Vice President of Valor Global; and the Chief Information Officer for Maricopa County, AZ, the fourth largest and fastest growing County in the Nation.

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If you wish to learn more, you have options. Visit our global headquarters in St. Louis and tour the Advanced Technology Center (ATC), visit our Washington, D.C. Innovation Center, or get to know us better on our digital platform.

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