Corsec recently presented a webinar called, DoDIN APL Solutions: Dealing with UCCO, STIGS, JITC, the TIC, Army, and DoD Requirements. Judging from the large number of views and inquiries on this, the Department of Defense’s Information Network Approved Products List (DoDIN APL) is a very hot topic for many vendors, and for good reason.
Companies that achieve a listing on the DoDIN APL are able to sell products throughout the entire DoD, and that can mean significant revenue enhancement. The thing is, navigating the many requirements involved in completing the DoD approvals is complex and can be expensive if not done right. Some businesses may abandon their goal after experiencing setbacks that push timelines further into the future and tie up resources for long periods of time (as in months or years).
Our webinar covered everything you need to know about DoDIN APL, including the testing process, documentation, guidelines, rules and costs, types of DoDIN APL assessments, and how to steer clear of common problems your competition may not be so lucky to avoid.
The following are the key areas discussed during the webinar. To view the whole webinar, click here.
What is the DoDIN APL?
The web of guidelines and requirements
A potentially long road
If all this seems overwhelming and you’re not sure where to start, Corsec can help. The best place to begin is to schedule a DoDIN APL Workshop with your team, where we’ll tell you everything you need to know about certification and discuss an action plan to get you there. Then you can decide whether to go it alone or to partner with us to streamline the process.
If you have a product that could be sold to the DoD and you’re not DoDIN APL certified, then you’re leaving money on the table. Talk to our DoDIN APL experts to get started today.