Chrome Extensions

Approved Chrome Extensions

The following Chrome extensions are whitelisted for the COV.
  • Accessibility Developer Tools
  • Boomerang for Gmail
  • Boomerang - SOAP & REST Client
  • BuiltWith Technology Profiler
  • Chat and Meet for Hangouts
  • Cisco WebEx Extension
  • Dragon Web Extension
  • Dynamics 365 Integration for Gmail
  • EditThisCookie
  • Feedly
  • Full page screen capture
  • Google Calendar
  • Google Docs Offline
  • Google Hangouts
  • Google Keep Chrome Extension
  • Google Mail Checker
  • Google Translate
  • Grammarly for Chrome
  • G Suite Training
  • High Contrast
  • Internet Explorer tab
  • jQuery Debugger
  • JSON Viewer
  • Lorem Ipsum
  • Mobile/Responsive Web Design Tester
  • Notifier for Gmail
  • Okta Secure Web Authentication
  • Postman
  • Resolution Test
  • RESTBot! - REST/HTTP API Test Client
  • Restlet Client - REST API Testing
  • Scraper
  • Siteimprove Accessibility Checker
  • Symantec Authentication Client Extension
  • Table Capture
  • Virtru Email Protection for Gmail
  • Virtru for Google Drive
  • Wappalyzer
  • Web Developer
  • Wizdler
  • Zotero Connector
  New Chrome Extension Approval Request Process

If you have the need for a Chrome extension that is not on the approved whitelist, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Information security officer (ISO) emails VCCC with Chrome extension approval request.

Step 2: Provide VCCC with the following details: extension name, link to the extension in the Chrome Web Store and identification of the agency assets for which the extension is approved.  

Step 3: The VCCC will notify agency ISO once implementation is complete. 

Please be advised that there currently is no technical support from VITA or its suppliers for the use of Chrome extensions. The VCCC will not open a ticket for Chrome extension issues.

Agencies are required to adhere to all licensing requirements for these extensions. Some extensions (such as Internet Explorer Tab) may have functional limitations if not properly licensed.