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The Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration has selected Office 365 to provide 80,000 of its employees with secure access to email, instant messaging, calendaring and webconferencing tools. Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) will lead the agency's cloud implementation.
Empowering employees to be both efficient and innovative was a key driver in the FAA's decision to move to the cloud. As a cloud productivity service, Office 365 will also support the FAA's broader NextGen initiative to make air travel more convenient and dependable for people.
The FAA isn't alone in its desire to move to the cloud to take advantage of greater efficiencies and cost savings. The agency joins the ranks of other public sector organizations that moved to the cloud with Microsoft including the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Broadcasting Board of Governors, the states of California, Nebraska and Minnesota; and the cities of New York and San Francisco.
Read the full press release here.
Today, the Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded Microsoft