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The FedRAMP dashboard is concerned with providing real-time transparency into the FedRAMP status of cloud service products as well as which agencies are using which products. Currently, the relationship exists in the data, but it's not being reflected correctly in the dashboard.
This auction is for betaFEC, which is the in-progress, complete redesign of the Federal Election Commission’s online presence. Wagtail — our content management system (CMS) for this project — needs some templates. This auction seeks the creation of three templates based on our mockups.
We currently create auctions that use one of two forms of payment. But, we can only publish auctions that use the 18F purchase card for vendor payment. We need to be able to publish auctions that use other forms of payment.
Right now, Dolores can only notify employees about something on a schedule, but she may at times want to let all of 18F know something right now!
Dolores currently does not know about all 18F employees, and we'd like to change that. This task involves importing our Slack employee records into Dolores.
We need the ability to send recurring policy reminders to our team here at 18F on a quarterly basis and we want to automate this by leveraging the existing Dolores Landingham Slack bot.
The Agreements team would like to be able to set a start and end dates for a tock project being active. This would automatically turn the project on or off depending on the dates, and record the dates as part of the tock data downloaded and API response.
Cloud.gov is a deployment and hosting platform for government digital services. Cloud.gov uses brokers to manage the lifecycle of services for its users. Cloud.gov invokes the AWS broker using the CloudFoundry Service Broker API (http://docs.cloudfoundry.org/services/api.html#api-overview) to manage various AWS services for use by applications deployed to cloud.gov. This issue seeks to enable the AWS broker to also manage Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) service instances.
Implementation can be done with any AWS account; no access to existing 18F AWS infrastructure is needed to develop or demo it.
The Open Opportunities is a node.js-based platform to foster collaboration on government projects. This issue seeks to create a new user role for "Agency Admins" that will (in the future) give those users admin privileges to see data for users from their agency.
We want setting up a development environment for the micro-purchase Rails app to be as easy as possible. To accomplish this, we want to use
docker-compose. This issue seeks to make it easy for anyone to get up running with a local instance of the micro-purchase Rails app.