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Azure Government for the US Department of Defense

Advance your mission with an intelligent cloud for US Department of Defense (DoD) agencies and their partners

Gain advanced capabilities and a tactical edge with a hybrid cloud that supports agency interoperability and world-class security. Use data analytics and the Internet of Things (IoT) to innovate and transform your mission-critical workloads.

Get the broadest set of compliance certifications

Azure Government has the broadest compliance certifications of any cloud provider on the market. FedRAMP Moderate and High provisional authorizations meet DoD compliance standards at Impact Levels 2, 4 and 5, and NIST 800-171 controls satisfy DFARS and ITAR requirements.

Soon, Azure Government Secret will be available for your classified data requirements, delivering a multitenant cloud infrastructure and cloud capabilities to eligible US Government agencies.

Read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Azure Government Secret

Choose from a vast network of approved partners who offer solutions built specifically for United States government organisations.

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Keep mission-critical data secure

Keep evolving threats at bay with security tools and services that provide predictive insights. Get complete data, app and hardware residency in the continental United States, with geo-replication between data centres several hundred miles apart. In addition, data centres are operated by screened United States citizens and get round-the-clock monitoring.

Which Azure data centre is right for you? Choose your region

Deliver the intelligent edge to forces

Build and deploy intelligent solutions on-premises, in the cloud or at the edge. Use advanced services such as IoT, and data analytics to derive real-time insights from complex data streams for improved situational awareness during tactical missions.

Discover how Azure Government is helping the DoD to innovate. Read the blog

Start your digital transformation today

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