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A Microsoft Account should be provided to you that is already registered to the Department of state.
Registering for the Arrival & Departure System requires entering some basic information and selecting your current or upcoming assignment depending on your employment type.
The Arrival & Departure System is currently looking for posts and domestic offices throughout the Department of State to join in for the Arrival & Departure System's upcoming pilot.
Show your interest through the EUR-IO Product Catalog.
RSC Frankfurt hosted a EUR and IO information technology (IT) developers meeting in Frankfurt December 8-9, 2014 to launch a collaborative initiative to standardize application development and use at EUR and IO posts.
The attendees agreed on the creation of a Senior LE Developer Corps and a EUR and IO Application Development Governance Board to provide guidance and support on application development and deployment throughout EUR and IO.