Docketing tools typically provide litigation docket event (calendaring) management and access to documents that have been filed in litigation matters. PACER, which stands for Public Access to Court Electronic Records and is run by the US Federal Judiciary, is the main repository for Federal dockets in the United States. Due to costs associated with using PACER, and the way it limits distribution of filed documents to particular members of a case team, competitors such as PacerPro and Docket Alarm have gained traction. These docketing solutions provide automatic docket updates and delivery of newly filed documents to entire case teams within minutes of filing. PacerPro can also automatically insert filed documents from dockets into an organization's document management system (DMS). New capabilities are being developed within these tools including analytics and APIs that allow firms to gain easy access to their entire docket history.