PSL is a Digital Transformation (DX) and Cloud Service Provider to Government Agencies.
Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Duluth, GA, Peniel Solutions, LLC (PSL) is a leading solution government contractor (GovCon) provider of Digital Transformation Services, DevSecOps (Development Security, and Operations), supported by the full range of cloud services exclusively for the United States government. With an emphasis on DevSecOps, PSL offers its customers a full range of cloud solutions that leverage both commercial and the GovCloud Amazon Web Services (AWS) along with Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud through every level of engagement.
Since our inception, through technology driven business process transformation initiatives, PSL has mastered the processes, methodologies, approach, mind set and infrastructure needed to overcome the challenges of operating in the federal government environment to deliver a 24 x 7 support model to our clients that improves their return on investment (ROI) on average by 20% and deliver their services 10% faster while exceeding quality standards.
Sample Current/Past Customers
City of Atlanta
Department of Army
Department of Navy
Department of Housing and Urban Development
National Archives and Records Administration
Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA)
Federal Housing Administration
To learn more about how these organizations and many more benefit from our solutions please view our case studies.
The “Pen” of this word means face in Hebrew. The “el” suffix is the first two letters of the Old Testament name for God, Elohim. “Peniel” means the “face of God.” Peniel is the place where Jacob wrestled with the Angel of the Lord until the morning seeking the blessing of safety. The Angel put Jacob’s hip out of joint causing him to limp in his walk the rest of his life. The Angel also changed his name from Jacob, Trickster, to Israel, Prince with God. Jacob called this site where the Jabbok River runs into the Jordan River, Peniel. Genesis 32:30, “And Jacob called the name of the place Peniel; for I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved.” Genesis 32:30
So, what are we to do with a story like the one in Genesis 32:30? What does this have to do with our lives? We’re glad you asked.
First, God allows the struggles in the hope of producing faith.
Second, the greatest problem in life is not our circumstances, but our heart.