Azure Government for state and local agencies
Further your mission with a hybrid cloud built to help you innovate
Develop mission-critical apps at scale and deliver improved services to your citizens. Get a broad selection of tools on an easy-to-use cloud platform, along with advanced security and threat detection.
Develop and deploy solutions in a flexible, hybrid environment
Accelerate innovation with tools and services that make it easy to build apps and provide better customer experiences. Analyse complex data streams in real time and gain insights that help you further your mission in new ways.
Choose from a vast network of approved partners who offer solutions built specifically for United States government organisations.Find a partner
Advance your mission and improve your services
Use the power of government cloud computing to further your mission. Designed exclusively for United States federal, state, local and tribal agencies and their partners, Azure Government offers:
- A strict validation programme to determine eligibility before you move workloads
- Complete data, applications and hardware residency in the continental United States
- Geo-replication between datacenters 500 miles apart to support business continuity
- Datacenters with round-the-clock monitoring, operated by screened United States citizens
See what customers are doing with Azure Government
"Moving our website infrastructure to the cloud provides the scalability and availability we need to ensure more than one million citizens have continuous access to critical information from all county departments, while also reducing operating costs."
"As public clouds mature, they become very cost-effective options for us. They give us tremendous scalability and flexibility advantages. We don’t have to keep physical infrastructure on hand for temporary workloads such as testing. Running a server on-premises might cost us $60 a month, while running an Azure Virtual Machine might cost us just $20 a month."
City of Henderson
"We have an agency that needed to spin up hundreds of servers for a few days and then tear them down. Azure was a perfect solution for that. It saves us money, and we can automate almost the whole process. So as state agencies start looking at either new applications or refreshing existing software, we're going to see if we can do it in the cloud."
Indiana Office of Technology