​​​​​​​​​Oregon is moving to Microsoft 365.

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Empowering state employees in working to make Oregon a place where everyone has an opportunity to thrive, providing user-friendly, reliable, secure and seamless digital work environment—anywhere, across any state device.


The Governor, in coordination with Enterprise Information Services (EIS), published her vision in 2018 for "Ensuring user-friendly, reliable, and secure technology systems that serve Oregonians". The first strategy focuses on modernizing and standardizing email and office productivity systems. By centralizing these services, this will reduce email infrastructure, reduce software updates/upgrades, and improve response times. The legislature authorized funds for EIS in the 2019 legislative session to meet this vision to establish and manage a secure and centralized M365 environment for Executive Branch Agencies (EBA) by June 30, 2021.

Project leadership

  • Terrence Woods, Executive Sponsor
  • Jennifer de Jong, Project Director
  • Andrew Otte, Project Manager
  • Michelle Summers, Strategy and Implementation Manager
  • David Solberg, Project Manager

Steering Committee

  • Kris Kautz (OHA) – Chair
  • Terrence Woods (​EIS)​ – Vice Chair​
  • Nicole Krishnaswami (OMB)​
  • Peter Tamayo (ODE)​
  • Erika Kleiner (ODFW)​
  • Jim Paul (DOC)​
  • Bob Gebhardt (ODOT)​





Outlook is an all-in-one email and calendaring tool that lets you schedule meetings, share calendars, and collaborate across the Enterprise.


View, edit, and create high-quality documents using Word. Since Word integrates with the rest of the Office 365 suite of programs, it’s easy to collaborate on shared documents.


Develop stunning presentations using PowerPoint. Collaborate with colleagues and peers while working simultaneously on presentations using online editing features.


Excel makes it easy to create, edit, and view spreadsheets using powerful formatting and data analysis tools. Get the most out of your data by developing graphs and tracking trends using Excel’s host of features.


OneNote lets you take digital notes while collaborating with colleagues, students, and more. Notes can incorporate drawings, photos, and text and are seamlessly accessible on multiple devices.


Microsoft Access is a database management system from Microsoft that combines the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with a graphical user interface and software-development tools. It is a member of the Microsoft Office suite of applications, included in the Professional and higher editions or sold separately.


Secure, cloud-based storage that lets you seamlessly collaborate and access files from anywhere in the world, at any time. With options to view files on both desktop and mobile, OneDrive helps you stay connected no matter where you are.


Teams provides a chat space for colleagues to share and discuss ideas both through threaded chats and integrated video and voice conversations via Skype. Working alongside other Office 365 applications, Teams can bring in documents or projects from other applications to be viewed and discussed.

Microsoft 365 Hub

The M365 Hub is ​available to 50+ agencies that are currently in the Oregon M365 Enterprise environment. Click here to see if your agency is part of the enterprise.

M365 Hub Access