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DISA Adds Social Networking to Forge.mil

DISA Adds Social Networking to Forge.mil - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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DISA Adds Social Networking to Forge.mil - top government contractors - best government contracting eventThe Defense Information Systems Agency has added a new element to its Forge.mil family of services: social networking.

Forge.mil Community will help users connect, collaborate, share information and manage content, as well as provide a more holistic view of Forge.mil activities, the agency said in a release.

“We knew the community layer would be a tremendous benefit to our customer base by allowing users to organize around communities of interest that make sense to them, and it“™s been very well accepted with more than 10,000 users added during the beta test phase,“ said Forge.mil project manager Dan Gahafer.

With Forge.mil Community, groups can form built around communities of interest, organizations, mission areas, or specific technologies as well as groups created around topics of interest to the IT acquisition community.

The Forge.mil Community website is available to U.S. military, DoD government civilians and DoD contractors for government-authorized use, and access requires a valid DoD Common Access Card or a PKI certificate issued by a DoD-approved External Certificate Authority with government sponsor, according to DISA.

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