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Apps.Gov

This is the public repo for apps.gov, which is an active marketplace that helps gov employees evaluate and compare cloud-based products. Information on product's description, certifications, and contract vehicles are listed. Additionally, resources for tech companies to list their products and how to get started selling to the federal government can be found.

This repo is open source, maintained by the Presidential Innovation Fellows. If you have any questions regarding this repo or the content listed, please contact apps-gov@gsa.gov.

How to list your product

To get started selling to the federal government, check out https://apps.gov/listing to learn more about steps to get listed, contract vehicles available, and security reviews when selling to the federal government.

Editing your product

All products are listed in JSON format. Updates can be made and submitted via a pull request, which will be reviewed by the Apps.Gov team. The link to where all products are at https://github.com/presidential-innovation-fellows/apps-gov/tree/master/_data/products

NOTICE!!! To help ensure and maintain quality of products listed, only pull requests that come from GitHub accounts that have a publicly listed, confirmed (default GitHub requirement) company email address OR the company GitHub organization associated with the profile. A note will be added if this is not true and will be reviewed again once complete and noted in the comments, notifying the reviewer's GitHub username.

The format for listing your product JSON includes three sections: 1) required, 2) optional, and 3) attributes.

Required:

"slug": "product-file-name",
"name": "product-name",
"url": "product-url",
"logo": "file-name-ie-product.png-otherwise-value-should-be-null",
"top_keywords": [
    "add"
    "up to"
    "five"
    "key"
    "words"
],
"short_description": "High level product description, up to 140 characters.",
"long_description": "Longer description of the product, which will be found on the product page.",
"sales_poc": "sales-poc-email",

NOTE 1: Adding a logo requires adding an image (max dimensions 400x400 and less than 100kb) via comment to your pull request. GitHub allows users to drag and drop files directly into comment form fields, which will then be used to integrate into the deployment.

NOTE 2: The sales_poc designation enables the Contact button on your product page.

Optional:

"twitter_handle": "twitter_handle",
"facebook_url": "facebook_url",
"linkedin_id": "linkedin_id",
"angellist_name": "angellist_name",
"youtube_video_id": "youtube_video_id",

Attributes: (add the appropriate ones that apply to your product)

Contract Vehicles:

"contracts": [
    "add from the approved list in appendix",
    "e.g. micro",
    "sewp is universal and should be added by default"
],

NOTE: All products should be available on the NASA SEWP contract vehicle by default. Read more at https://apps.gov/listing/#sewp

Government Customers:

"gov_customers": [
    "add the agency code here",
    "e.g. GSA",
    "see appendix for details"
]

Reviews:

"gov_tos": "add the value "true" OR the url to TOS",
"pta": "add the value "true" OR the url to PTA",
"pia": "add the value "true" OR the url to PIA",
"sorn": "add the value "true" OR the url to SORN",

Authority to Operate:

"fedramp_jab": "fedramp-jab-url",
"fedramp_agency": "fedramp-agency-url",
"fedramp_csp": "fedramp-csp-url",
"fedramp_inprocess_jab": "fedramp-inprocess-jab-url",
"fedramp_inprocess_agency": "fedramp-inprocess-agency-url",
"agency_ato": "link-to-ato",

Additional Testing:

"fedramp_ready": "fedramp-ready-url",
"fedramp_infrastructure": true,
"dhs_swamp": "add the value "true" or url to test results",
"nccoe": "add the value "true" or url to test results",
"icd_503": "add the value "true" or url to certification",
"hipaa": "add the value "true" or url to compliance doc",
"pci": "add the value "true" or url to compliance doc"

How to run this locally

  1. Install Ruby on your system. This site requires version 2.2.4 or greater. You can see if a compatible version is already installed by running ruby -v in a terminal window.

    You may wish to install a version manager such as rbenv to manage and install different Ruby versions.

  2. Install Node.js on your system. This site requires version 4.2 or greater or version 5 or greater. You can see if a compatible version is already installed by running node -v in a terminal window.

    You may wish to install a version manager such as nvm to manage and install different Node.js versions.

    Why Node.js? It's used to build the lunr.js search index and search user interface components supplied by the jekyll_pages_api_search gem. We also use browserify and uglifyify to compile the custom assets/js/products.js code into js/products-bundle.js, as specified in the jekyll_pages_api_search.browserify property of _config.yml.

  3. Create a clone of this repository on your computer and change into its directory:

    $ git clone https://github.com/presidential-innovation-fellows/apps-gov
    $ cd apps-gov
  4. Run ./go init to install the Ruby gems specified in the Gemfile and the npm modules specified in package.json.

    The ./go script is Bundler-aware, so you do not need to run bundle install first.

    Windows users: You may need to run the script as ruby ./go init instead, and run other ./go script commands in a similar fashion.

  5. Run ./go build to build the site, and ./go serve to build and serve the site locally at http://127.0.0.1:4000.

    These commands run jekyll build and jekyll serve, respectively. You can pass command line arguments as you would to those bare commands.

    Why not just run bundle exec jekyll serve? ./go init and ./go serve perform the same environment setup as bundle exec, but the ./go script also sets the NODE_PATH environment variable to add the node_modules directory, so that the locally-installed browserify and uglifyify modules are discoverable.

    This is because jekyll_pages_api_search contains components that require() these modules, but these components reside in a directory this is neither a child nor a parent of the site. Consequently, the default Node.js module resolution algorithm will not discover the modules on its own.

Appendix

Contracts

Below is a list of contract vehicles and mechanisms intended to be used by all agencies. Use the below terms to add them to your product page. If your product is being procured via other cross-agency contracts, please email the Apps.Gov team at apps-gov@gsa.gov to have them reviewed and added. You can find the format and information required at https://github.com/presidential-innovation-fellows/apps-gov/tree/master/_data/contracts

Code Contract
micro Micro-Purchase Agreement
s70 Schedule 70
sewp NASA SEWP (GWAC)
nitaac NIH NITAAC (GWAC)

Agencies

When adding customers, please use the following terms to appropriately populate the agency images. If an agency customer isn't listed, please reach out to the Apps.Gov team to have it added. Need to add an agency customer? Please email apps-gov@gsa.gov to add them in or commit a pull request.

Code Name
CFPB Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
CNSC Corporation for National and Community Service
DHA Defense Health Agency
DHS Department of Homeland Security
DOC Department of Commerce
DOD Department of Defense
DOE Department of Energy
DOI Department of Interior
DOJ Department of Justice
DOL Department of Labor
ED Department of Education
FDA Food and Drug Administration
FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency
GSA General Services Administration
HHS Health and Human Services
IRS Internal Revenue Service
MCC Millennium Challenge Corporation
NARA National Archives and Records Administration
NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NIH National Institute of Health
NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology
NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NSA National Security Agency
NSF National Science Foundatoin
OSTP White House Office of Science & Technology, Policy
SBA Small Business Administration
Smithsonian Smithsonian Institution
SSA Social Security Administration
State State Department
Treasury Department of the Treasury
USAID US Agency for International Development
USDA Department of Agriculture
USCB Census Bureau
USCIO US Chief Information Officer
USPTO United States Patent and Trademark Office
VA Veteran Affairs