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Microsoft announces the initial release of the Azure Blueprint program

Azure Government Engineering today announced the initial release of the Azure Blueprint program which will facilitate the secure and compliant use of Azure for government agencies and third-party providers building on behalf of government. Following security control implementations from Azure Government allows customers to focus on implementations specific to their IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS envi
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