Our search of the public records databases show approximately 74 contracts between Microsoft and either I.C.E. or C.B.P. over the last four fiscal years. These contracts total approximately $101 million. This is in line with what’s been reported in reputable news sources like the New York Times and NBC News, although most articles report only on contracts with I.C.E., which total a smaller amount ($12.3 million over the last for fiscal years.) Microsoft has stated that ‘Microsoft is not working with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement or U.S. Customs and Border Protection on any projects related to separating children from their families at the border, and contrary to some speculation, we are not aware of Azure or Azure services being used for this purpose.’ However, they have not provided a full accounting of what their contracts are for, and have not commented on whether any of their projects are related to the imprisonment and deportation of immigrants more generally.