CollabNet for Government
Develop and deploy software faster while reducing cost
CollabNet is America’s leading provider of web-based software develop and deploy solutions specifically designed for the US Government’s distributed development teams. With more than 10,000 licensed Federal users, CollabNet Federal delivers Agile and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions that have passed both FISMA FIPS 160 and DIACAP compliance and are available under GSA Schedule and various GWACS.
In its mission to provide a global net-centric enterprise in support of DOD operations, the US Defense Systems Information Agency needed to reduce applications development costs associated with their defense systems from billions to millions of dollars. CollabNet supported DISA by helping the agency rapidly implement Forge.mil, a highly secure, collaborative development environment based on CollabNet's TeamForge solution. As a result, DISA helped DOD gain:
Securely Scaling Agile Software Delivery
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Agile, DevOps, Cloud, virtualization, and automation are changing the way you need to think about how to deliver technology-driven and software solutions across your agency. TeamForge is the only ALM platform capable of securely integrating any tool or process, providing project-level and wider-scale agility, while also providing enterprise-wide control and visibility into all development activities.
Private Hosting from CollabNet helps the Department of Homeland Security’s
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
advance its application life-cycle management (ALM) environment.
CollabNet named a leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Development Life Cycle Management
The 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Development Lifecycle Management evaluates leading ADLM providers to help application development and IT managers select appropriate technology partners that drive quality and productivity.
CALT uses CollabNet's TeamForge to enable their cloud-based ALM collaboration for the HHS CMS federally funded health insurance marketplace: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) within the U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services (HHS) are responsible for executing several major provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. One key aspect of these efforts is for CMS to establish a collaborative development environment for effective cross- state and cross-agency sharing. This collaborative effort, called the Collaborative Application Lifecycle Tool (CALT), is a web-based platform for collaborative application lifecycle management. This is not an open network for anyone to join. Rather this is a space within which defined communities exist for CMS and non-CMS partners to collaborate on CMS led initiatives.
Forge.mil is a family of services provided to support the DoD's technology development community. The system enables the collaborative development and use of open source and DoD community source software.