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Microsoft Unveils ‘Blueprint’ Tool for DoD FedRAMP ATO Process

new-microsoft-logo_EMTYSONS CORNER, VA, Oct. 27, 2016 — Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) offers a new tool that will work to help users of the Azure Government cloud service to achieve Authority to Operate at the Defense Department under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

The company said in a blog post published Monday that Azure Blueprint serves to assist DoD customers, mission owners and third-party providers with the support of the Azure Blueprint Customer Responsibilities Matrix and System Security Plan template.

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