Code Repository that's NIST 800-53 compliant

For code repositories, I've been a user of first, CVS, and then SVN for the past 6 years.  Because it's open source, my company needs to replace it with a code repository that is NIST 800-53 compliant.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  I know anything from Microsoft meets NIST standards but I'm not a fan of using Microsoft for everything.

Thanks.

--Molly
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eagerCommented:
You might check Perforce (http://perforce.com) or Mercurial (http://mercurial.selenic.com).  Neither website mentions NIST compliance, however.
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Molly FaganApplications Team SupervisorAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the response.  Mecurial isn't considered NIST compliant because of it being open source.  In doing research, I hadn't stumbled across Perforce--do you use it?
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eagerCommented:
I have used Perforce, but only a little.  One of my clients used it for their SCM. It appeared to be a good quality package. I've talked with Perforce reps at trade shows and they seem knowledgeable.  It does use a different terminology than I am used to, so there was a bit of a learning curve.

I'm not familiar with NIST 800-53 (and Wikipedia is not very enlightening).  I would be disappointed to hear that open source programs are, by definition, not compliant.  Proprietary does not equate to better quality or more secure.  
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Molly FaganApplications Team SupervisorAuthor Commented:
My company is still learning all of the NIST rules.  I probably should have worded my question differently and asked what federal contractors are using.

I'm disappointed that open source programs aren't compliant either but from what I understand, it's because of going through the code review per NIST, etc.  I'm not 100% that's the reason but that's what I've been able to gather.  I love using Subversion, would prefer to move to GIT, but those aren't options.
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