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GPO Moves to Cloud Technology

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

First Legislative Branch Agency to Make Transition

WASHINGTON–The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) is moving the agency’s email to the cloud using Microsoft Office 365. This transition will simplify the agency’s IT infrastructure, gain greater functionality, and enable faster upgrades for future enhancements. In addition, GPO will benefit from a larger mailbox size, increased email archiving, anti-spam and malware services, collaboration tools and online meeting capabilities. Although several other Government agencies have already made the transition to the cloud, GPO is the first legislative branch agency to move its email to the cloud and expects to complete the migration by January 2015. This strategy supports GPO’s transformation to a digital information platform. 

“GPO is an innovative, progressive agency that is always exploring ways to use technology to enhance our obligations to our customers,” said Chief Information Officer Chuck Riddle. “Moving the agency’s email services to the cloud will simplify our IT infrastructure enabling us to use those resources more effectively.”


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