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The Forge.mil Community consists of project/program managers, software developers, testers, warfighters, and other stakeholders responsible for the acquisition of Information Technology. Forge.mil provides fee-for-service capabilities where community members can collaborate on open source and DoD community source software. Forge.mil also provides tools to improve the communication between teams and individuals working to solve similar problems and/or discuss similar issues. The following capabilities are available only to U.S. military, DoD government civilians and DoD contractors for Government authorized use. Access to Forge.mil requires a valid DoD Common Access Card (CAC) OR an external PKI certificate issued by an accepted Federal Government Agency, Industry Partner or a DoD-approved External Certificate Authority (ECA) with DoD government sponsor registered with Forge.mil. Once you are registered with Forge.mil, you have access to all available capabilities. Learn more.
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