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When is PowerApps coming to Government Tenants ?

Does anybody have any idea when PowerApps and Flow are coming to Goverment Tenants?   Ours is G3 and we are fixing to migrate our Intranet to SPO with Microsoft's assistance.   There are several InfoPath forms that I think would be perfect for PowerApps. 

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Thanks.  It's not alway easy for me to decipher the roadmap.  I guess it's better to know than to keep hoping to see it with no results.

 

Happy Holidays!

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Advocate II

We're now through Q1 2019 and still no PowerApps 😞

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Told by my work yesterday that would start rolling out to GCC on 4/16... We'll see!  : - /

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We were told back in May of last year that it would be available before the end of 2018. If we had been given an honest and accurate timeline back then we would have made some very different business decisions. How incredibly frustrating.

 

Smiley Mad

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Not holding my breath 😉

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Hello,

 

Here is teh official blog post of the release. 

 

https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/industry-blog/government/2019/03/13/announcing-power-platform-and-...

 

Hope this helps,

Rich

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Friday evening (March 22) we received the official notice in our tenant message center. Now we wait to learn if features are nerfed like Microsoft Teams for GCC

 

Quote (Message Center):

PowerApps and Microsoft Flow for GCC is a new Office 365 feature. We'll begin rolling this feature out soon.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 33770

[How does this affect me?]

Starting mid-April, PowerApps and Flow will be available for Office 365 subscriptions in GCC. PowerApps and Flow will be off by default, you will then be able to assign users licenses.

This environment will support compliance with US government requirements for cloud services, including FedRAMP High, CJIS, and other with certifications and accreditations that are required for US Government customers

[What do I need to do to prepare for this change?]

There is nothing you need to do to prepare for this change, but you may want to update your training and documentation.

Please click the Additional Information to learn more.

 

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Official Roadmap still reports Q1 2019, updated on 4/1/2019. Looking forward to 4/16....

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It looks like Flow and PowerApps has been rolling out to Gov tenants over the last two weeks or so. On March 19th we recieved the following message in our O365 tenant.

 

Starting mid-April, PowerApps and Flow will be available for Office 365 subscriptions in GCC. PowerApps and Flow will be off by default, you will then be able to assign users licenses.

 

This environment will support compliance with US government requirements for cloud services, including FedRAMP High, CJIS, and other with certifications and accreditations that are required for US Government customers

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Any update on this?

 

Still seems to not be available in GCC.

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