12 Bravo is proud to announce a new project involving customizing a previous installation of our web-based Case Management application for the Aleut Tribe located in the state of Alaska.

The Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) collects case-level information from state and tribal title IV-E agencies on all children in foster care and those who have been adopted with title IV-E agency involvement. Title IV-E agencies are required to submit AFCARS data semi-annually to the Children's Bureau. The AFCARS report periods are October 1 through March 31 and April 1 through September 30. Data for each report period are due no later than May 15 and November 14, respectively.
12 Bravo is proud to announce the launch of a project for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes that involves creating a web application to manage the Shoreline Protection Program. The core 12 Bravo application development team will work on the project. Additional project tasks will include installing a new SQL server instance as well as migrating existing data.
12 Bravo is proud to announce a new project involving customizing a previous installation of our web-based Case Management application for the Wabanaki Child Welfare located in the state of Maine.

The Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) collects case-level information from state and tribal title IV-E agencies on all children in foster care and those who have been adopted with title IV-E agency involvement. Title IV-E agencies are required to submit AFCARS data semi-annually to the Children's Bureau. The AFCARS report periods are October 1 through March 31 and April 1 through September 30. Data for each report period are due no later than May 15 and November 14, respectively.
12 Bravo is proud to announce a new project involving customizing our web-based Case Management application for the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde located in the state of Oregon. The 12 Bravo team will also train the Grand Ronde Child Welfare team.

The Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) collects case-level information from state and tribal title IV-E agencies on all children in foster care and those who have been adopted with title IV-E agency involvement. Title IV-E agencies are required to submit AFCARS data semi-annually to the Children's Bureau. The AFCARS report periods are October 1 through March 31 and April 1 through September 30. Data for each report period are due no later than May 15 and November 14, respectively.
12 Bravo is proud to announce a new project involving customizing our web-based Case Management application for the Ute Tribe located in the state of Utah. The customizations will involve creating a reporting module that will report Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) data to the federal government.

The Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) collects case-level information from state and tribal title IV-E agencies on all children in foster care and those who have been adopted with title IV-E agency involvement. Title IV-E agencies are required to submit AFCARS data semi-annually to the Children's Bureau. The AFCARS report periods are October 1 through March 31 and April 1 through September 30. Data for each report period are due no later than May 15 and November 14, respectively.
12 Bravo is proud to announce the Phase II launch of an online quiz application that enables professors to bundle the textbooks that they author with chapter study guides.

After purchasing the textbook, students use the application to create an online profile and login which allows them access to the quizes. Students automatically receive feedback on their performance at the end of the quiz. Professors can update and add quizes using a secure online portal.
12 Bravo is proud to announce a new project involving customizing our web-based Case Management application for the Lummi Nation located in the state of Washington. The customizations will involve creating a reporting module that will report Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) data to the federal government.

The Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) collects case-level information from state and tribal title IV-E agencies on all children in foster care and those who have been adopted with title IV-E agency involvement. Title IV-E agencies are required to submit AFCARS data semi-annually to the Children's Bureau. The AFCARS report periods are October 1 through March 31 and April 1 through September 30. Data for each report period are due no later than May 15 and November 14, respectively.
We are proud to announce a new project involving customizations to our web-based Case Management application for the United Auburn Indian Community Child Welfare department located in California. This is a one month project and it will involve the 12 Bravo core B2G team.

The application allows Child Welfare departments to administer the placement of children in safe and stable out-of-home care until they are safely returned home, placed permanently with adoptive families or placed in other planned arrangements for permanency.
We are proud to announce a new project involving customizations to our web-based Case Management application for the Wabanaki Child Welfare department located in Maine. This is a six month project and it will involve the 12 Bravo core B2G team.

The application allows Child Welfare departments to administer the placement of children in safe and stable out-of-home care until they are safely returned home, placed permanently with adoptive families or placed in other planned arrangements for permanency.
We are proud to announce that development has begun on a web-based Tribal Enrollment application for the Tohono O'odham Nation of Arizona. This is a two month project and it will involve the 12 Bravo core B2G team.

Tribal enrollment software is the core software for tribes. It allows them to track and manage members as well as issue payments. 12 Bravo is the tribe's preferred vendor.
12 Bravo presented at the Title IV-E Technical Assistance Conference in Washington DC. The conference attendies included federal representatives as well as representatives from the Eleven tribes that have received the Tribal Development Federal Grant. The grant is designed to support tribes in developing a Title IV-E plan that will provide them with direct access to Title IV-E funding for the Indian children and youth they serve. 12 Bravo has worked with tribes to provide custom IT solutions related to Title IV-E as well as other applications.
The Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit organization that provides assistance to our heroes. They need your donations. Please vist www.woundedwarriorproject.org to help out. 12 Bravo, LLC donates a portion of our profits to this organization from every project that we do.
The new 12 Bravo Help Center allows developers and project managers to search for commonly used code and project management resources. The best part -- it is all FREE! We've also added a technical glossary as well as common coding errors and their solutions. To access the Help Center, Click here.
We are proud to announce that development has begun on a web-based Title IV-E management application for the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California. This is a four month project and it will involve the 12 Bravo core B2G team.

The program is authorized by title IV-E of the Social Security Act. The Federal Foster Care Program helps to provide safe and stable out-of-home care for children until the children are safely returned home, placed permanently with adoptive families or placed in other planned arrangements for permanency.
When ChallengePost (www.ChallengePost.com) launches in July, it will become a new central hub for government agency challenges. Users can post their own challenges as well as browse existing ones and endorse them.

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This article, written by Tim O'Reilly for Tech Crunch, explains the concept of Government 2.0. The author explains that it is not just about adding social networks or cloud computing, it is more about creating platforms or SDKs (software development kits) so that the public can create their own valuable applications with this useful data.

One of the best examples of this concept is www.Data.gov. To read the full article, Click here.
Google announced it's cloud computing messaging and collaboration applications suite. It has received the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) certification and accreditation from the U.S. General Services Administration. The FISMA law applies to all information systems in use by U.S. federal government agencies to help ensure they’re secure.

The new version is a variant of Google Apps Premier edition, and includes the same core apps such as: Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sites, Groups, Video, and Postini. Pricing is the same as for Google Apps Premier which is $50 per user per year.

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With the addition of 2 GIS industry veterans, 12 Bravo now offers GIS consulting services. Our goal is to help our clients implement efficient and cost-effective GIS solutions that support their decision-making systems. Our new team has years of experience working together on GIS projects. We were so impressed with their the work that they did for us in the past as contractors so we brought them on-board full-time.
Reverse 911 is a communications system used by public safety organizations to communicate with groups of people in a given geographic area during an emergeny. The system stores telephone numbers and associated addresses in a database, which, when tied into geographic information systems (GIS), can be used to deliver recorded emergency notifications to a selected set of people by telephone. Click here to see an example (Washington state).