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PowerApps Roadmap for the Government Community Cloud

Please provide a roadmap for government community cloud (GCC) tenant enablement of PowerApps.  Or is there an easy way to enable PowerApps in the U.S. GCC?

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It would be great if we could a get even a rough ETA for the availability of PowerApps and Flow for government.

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Seems like either there is no GCC Roadmap or somebody doesn't want us to know.

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We "had" PowerApps enabled in the GCC for around a month.  We built a few prototypes and occasionally received notices that our trial was going to expire.  when it did (sort of) - we contacted our vendor and they said Microsoft told them it wasn't available in GCC and asked us if we wanted a quote to setup a non-GCC tenant and gave us the part numbers to order.  (Note: At least one of our prototypes continues to work? - so is PowerApps a feature in GCC which doesn't require a license? - Will our prototypes continue to work in perpetuity?  Should we continue to work on others which have a direct user impact?)  I am confused and wondering if Microsoft GCC reps are aware of this Idea Exchange?  Should there be a Microsoft Idea Exchange for GCC users?

 

 

Mike

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We also have Flow and PowerApps available as a "Trial" in the GCC. We can access the admin center for these services. So far, we've been able to extend trials and are using a few Flows with SharePoint Online.

 

I have used Microsoft Flow with a non-GCC tenant to target OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online (in the GCC) and that works fine. I haven't tried with PowerApps, but I suspect it would work also.