We have worked with the FBI CODIS program since 2003 and continuously since 2012. CODIS is a critical biometrics law enforcement tool that leverages advanced forensic science to help identify violent criminals, missing persons, and unidentified human remains. CODIS is used daily by the FBI, State and Local forensic labs, and law enforcement agencies throughout the US and around the world. Ariel assisted the FBI with transitioning the CODIS program from a traditional Waterfall development methodology to an Agile/DevOps approach. We also provided Tier III operational support for 450 labs in 50 countries, while delivering bug fixes and major system enhancements. During our tenure we established Continuous Integration, Infrastructure as Code, and significantly improved the performance of the CODIS software reducing the time it takes to prepare DNA records for cross-searching from 10 hours to 20 minutes. We helped establish test automation on CODIS using SpecFlow to automate acceptance criteria and enable full automated traceability to requirements (features). Ultimately, the program achieved approximately 50% functional coverage starting from zero, on a 15-year old codebase of 2 million lines of Microsoft .NET-based code written in five programming languages. Awarded a 10-year contract in 2016 for new development and maintenance of CODIS with Lockheed Martin and ECS Federal.