Microsoft Office 365 – Government
Simplify your IT while empowering your people to work from anywhere
Technology continues to open up new ways to collaborate, share, engage, and discover. The way people work has never been more dynamic. We're sharing information sooner, getting feedback faster, and constantly multitasking. Microsoft cloud delivery has enabled a leap forward in technology — both in capabilities and ease of use. The cloud delivers experiences that are not possible in an on-premises delivery.
Office 365 is the same Office you already know and use every day. And then some. Because Office 365 is powered by the cloud, you can get to your applications and files from virtually anywhere — PC, Mac, and tablets — and they're always up to date. Same goes for updates to features — you get them automatically.
Office 365 Government Plans
Take a look at the chart below to see some of the key products and services available under the Office 365 Government plans.
|Exchange Online (Plan 1)||Exchange Online (Plan 2)||Office 365 (Plan E1)||Office 365 (Plan E3)|
|Office applications: subscription to Office for up to 5 PCs/Macs and 5 Windows tablets/iPads per user||Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher, Lync, InfoPath|
|Spam and malware protection|
|Active Directly integration|
|Community and phone support|
|Guaranteed 99.9% uptime|
|Simple file sharing|
|Intranet sites for your teams|
Please verify that you are eligible to participate as a government organization. You will be required to sign a contract and attest that you are an eligible customer. Microsoft reserves the right to verify eligibility at any time and suspend the service for ineligible customers. A Zones licensing specialists can help you determine eligibility.
A government organization is typically (a) any government agency, department office, division, unit, or other entity of state or local government or (b) any county, borough, commonwealth, city, municipality, town, township, special purpose district, or similar type of government instrumentality established by laws of customer's state and located within customer's state jurisdiction and geographic boundaries or (c) any other entity in customer's state expressly authorized by the laws of customer's state to purchase under state contracts.