Taken from the Microsoft site…
REDMOND, Wash. — May 29, 2007 — Microsoft Corp. today announced that Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 has received U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) 5015.2 certification. Endorsed by the National Archives and Records Administration, the 5015.2 standard on which the DoD certification is based serves as the benchmark for government and corporate organizations that manage records and documents.
“As government regulations around information management and preservation have increased, many organizations have taken a hard look at their records management practices,” said Jeff Teper, corporate vice president of the Office SharePoint Server Group at Microsoft. “We made enterprise content management a major focus during the development of Office SharePoint Server 2007, and we’re pleased that our customers can now have the confidence of knowing it has been approved through the DoD’s rigorous 5015.2 certification process.”
Microsoft utilized the SharePoint platform in meeting the DoD 5015.2 criteria, integrating Exchange Server 2007 and extending SharePoint Server 2007’s records management capabilities with an add-on pack that will be available free to customers later this year.
But I heard the add on pack introduces performance problems due to security changes to support DOD and therefore isnt supported in a production environment…go figure.