CORE.gov, About Us†
- GSA, CIO Council
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What's New In CORE†
Review the latest listing of approved and pending components for inclusion in CORE.gov
- About CORE.GOV
- What is a Component?
- Why New?
Core.gov provides a collaboration environment for component development, registration and reuse. CORE.gov began operation in March 2004. Over time, it will become a networked community of component developers and reusers and will offer numerous components of various types and complexities, including business components, e-forms and technical components.
CORE.GOV grew out of the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) Project Management Office, the goal of which is to support cross-agency collaboration, transformation and government-wide improvement. CORE.GOV offers an environment where component developers and reusers collaborate seamlessly and easily.
At Core.gov, you can:
- Search for and locate a specific component that meets your needs
- Find components you can customize to meet your unique requirements
- Recommend components for inclusion in CORE.GOV.
What is a Component?†
“The Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (AIC) Component Subcommittee has defined a component (sometimes referred to as “artifacts) as a self-contained business process or service with predetermined functionality that may be exposed through a business or technology interface.” From Architecture and Infrastructure Committee Components Subcommittee, FY 2003 Work Plan, Version 1.1.
CORE.GOV offers numerous components of various types and complexities, including business components, e-forms and technical components. View a list of approved and pending components.
CORE.gov prides itself on being the only place you need to go for a collaborative environment providing component development, registration and reuse. In order to provide you with the best tools to collaborate seamlessly and easily, it was necessary for CORE.gov to transform. Instructions on the new collaboration environment are now available.