Microsoft extends commitment to CJIS compliance with Maine and Vermont!

Rochelle M. Eichner

Adding Maine & Vermont makes 32 states background checking Microsoft employees for CJIS

When you are thinking about CJIS and digital transformation across your government and Justice and Public Safety priorities, you should seek a partner committed to compliance and security today and in the future. At Microsoft, we continue to expand our commitment to states contractually committing to the applicable controls in the CJIS Security Policy. Our commitment to the Policy now include the states of Vermont and Maine extending the commitment to 32 states!

Microsoft is committed to compliance. Don’t settle for anything less!

Implementation Information

For additional implementation information, review the Microsoft CJIS Implementation Guidelines. This document provides guidelines and resources to assist criminal justice entities in implementing and utilizing Microsoft Government Cloud features.

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