Microsoft Project Server 2013 License through the Microsoft Open Government Program.
IMPORTANT NOTE: A minimum of 5 licenses is required
Microsoft Project Server 2010 built on SharePoint Server 2010 delivers flexible work management solutions. The innovative new capabilities in Project Server 2010 lead to improved productivity and better business performance. Select the right project portfolios and maximize resource utilization—effectively prioritizing projects from multiple dimensions. Easily build schedules online and conveniently make project edits from anywhere. Capture all work from simple tasks to complex projects in a centralized repository. Develop and deploy effective governance workflows to drive accountability and capture project information cost and resource estimates and other valuable project data. Create and customize powerful dashboards and reports with this unified project and portfolio management system.
Project Server 2010 Client Access Licenses (CALs)
are required for each device or user that accesses the features and services of Project Server 2010. User CALs are likely to be more cost effective than Device CALs if there are multiple devices per user (for example a user has a laptop and handheld computer accessing Project Server)