Microsoft Flow US Government is generally available


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Microsoft is committed to enabling government agencies to reduce the complexity of IT, meet compliance and security regulations, and turn data and insight into intelligent action – making interactions with citizens impactful and driving government efficiencies.

Agencies are adopting the cloud to store data from a multitude of sources like web traffic and business systems. Once an organization has the infrastructure for harnessing data, they also need a layer atop that data that enables them to get insights easily. That’s what the Power Platform is—a system that enables users to do three key actions on data: Analyze, Act, and Automate. Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow work together to help anyone, regardless of technical ability, drive decisions with data.

Now, Microsoft Flow for the US Government is generally available. Microsoft Flow general availability will also land in Dynamics 365, Microsoft 365, and Office 365 in Spring 2019. This environment supports compliance with US government requirements for cloud services, including FedRAMP High, and requirements for criminal justice.

Microsoft Flow US Government does have different URLs, and there are some features that are not yet enabled. You can read the full details about these topics in our documentation page. To learn more about our commitments to storing data, visit the Microsoft Trust Center page for Microsoft Flow.