This repository contains the source code for the Android Tactical Assault Kit for Civilian Use (ATAK-CIV), the official geospatial-temporal and situational awareness tool used by the US Government. ATAK-CIV is managed by the Tactical Assault Kit Configuration Steering Board (TAK CSB) and is designed for used by federal employees.
This website's source code is made available to the open source community with the hope that community contributions will improve functionality, add features, and mature this work.
ATAK-CIV makes use of many open source libraries as dependencies. While each of these has a license that allows for use within ATAK-CIV, be sure to check that their license authorizes your particular use. A list of all dependencies and the license that binary/source is distributed under can be found in THIRDPARTY.md.
For details on setting up your development environment and contributing to this project, see CONTRIBUTING.md.
As part of the TAK CSB's goal of bringing technology industry practices to the U.S. Department of Defense, we welcome contributions to this repository from the open source community. If you are interested in contributing to this project, please review CONTRIBUTING.md and LICENSE.md. Those files describe how to contribute to this work. A list of contributors to this project is maintained in CONTRIBUTORS.md.
Works created by U.S. Federal employees as part of their jobs typically are not eligible for copyright in the United States. In places where the contributions of U.S. Federal employees are not eligible for copyright, this work is in the public domain. In places where it is eligible for copyright, such as some foreign jurisdictions, this work is licensed as described in LICENSE.md.