New Features Alert!
CADE has released some new features to the Portal Home, Data & Analytics and CSDR-Submit-Review (CSDR-SR) Applications.
Below is an overview of the new features in the CADE 7.0 release by Application:
Dashboard Tile Improvements: Updated several dashboard tiles to ease CSDR Reviewer & Submitter access submissions for review and submission events to upload data. You can now click the plus sign in the top right corner of the Portal Home page upon logging into CADE to add these new tiles.
Data & Analytics:
1921-3 & FPR Browse – Allows users to browse and search for 1921-3 data & Forward Pricing Rates (FPR) data. You can navigate to the My CADE dropdown and select “1921-3 & FPR Browse” to find this feature.
Business Base Data Availability – Displays 1921-3 and FPR data for contractors with contracts for a given program. Individual contractor business units are listed by location and by the number of 1921-3 data and FPRs available. You can find this feature when you select a program below the Program Contracts and Data Availability table.
CARD Widget – This new widget makes all uploaded CARDs accessible in Data and Analytics. This feature is available when you select a program below the Key Events widget.
Program Planning Module (PPM) Updates – The PPM has been updated with several new features to assist CSDR Reviewers during the planning process. These features include the following:
You can find these by navigating to a program inside the PPM.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Help Desk at 253-564-1979 x1 or via email at email@example.com.
The CADE Team
Symantec ECA Certificate Sunset
As of September 25th, all Symantec issued ECA Certificates have been sunsetted (revoked), even if they have not otherwise expired. Symantec has issued guidance and provided more information on this matter. If you are affected by this, you can visit Symantec’s website for details, and courses of action here.
The CADE Team is pleased to announce the launch of the newly updated CADE Portal, Data & Analytics (formally known as Charts & Analytics), and CSDR-Submit/Review applications, which went live on April 6, 2017. After logging into the CADE Portal you will see a more modern looking web portal with newer features, particularly on the CADE Portal.
We hope you find the new CADE portal fresh and modern. We are working hard to continue to ensure it contains valuable information relevant to the cost and acquisition community.
Please note, if you have any questions or concerns, please call the CADE Support Help Desk at (253) 564-1979 Ex. 1/ CADESupport@tecolote.com.
Due to mandated security updates, the CADE sites are turning off TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 on our servers. Users with Internet Explorer 10 and below may be unable to view the site with the default settings in IE. In order to remedy this, we ask our users to change their browser’s settings.
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CADE WELCOMES JIAT
The Army’s Joint Integrated Analysis Tool, JIAT is now available through CADE.
JIAT provides cost and program analysts data to support a full spectrum of analysis projects including data collection, exposure to new data sources, advanced data searches and exporting data directly into cost analysis tools like CO$TAT, ACE and Excel. JIAT includes a data warehouse with searching capabilities of:
JIAT can also host and run what-if drills in both ACE and Excel models. (Some set-up required)
Look for JIAT under your CADE Analyst Applications. JIAT is available to Government Analysts only. If JIAT is not listed as one of your applications, go to Account Actions, Request Application Roles and submit a request for access by adding the comment “Request JIAT access” in the comments section and pressing Submit. Further assistance is available from the JIAT helpdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 964 6963 x2598.
Welcome to CADE's new public site. We've modernized our site to better serve the Cost and Acquisition Community. We will be continually updating our site with new features and content so check back often. If you run across any issues during your time here, please send us a note.
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