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VOTE NOW: Defense Digital Service Team Recognized in FedScoop 50

Six of our team members and one project have been nominated for the FedScoop 50 Awards, an annual competition designed to highlight and celebrate the best and brightest in the U.S. Federal Government.

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Defense Innovation Board recommends Defense Digital Service model for remote work and tech talent recruitment to Department of Defense

DDS will be breaking down its playbook, “Break the Code," that informed the DIB's recommendations in a forthcoming series.

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Individuals, Indivisible, In The Service Of Many

Our many stories make DDS a reflection of the country we serve. Happy Independence Day 🇺🇸 from our nerdy family to yours.

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“We the People” Form the Government We Need

Outgoing bureaucracy hacker Kevin Carter reflects on his “nerd tour of duty” with DDS, learning to put people over process in service of everyday citizens and our military community.

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Algorithm Turns Medical Opinion into Code, and Now It’s Open Source

We created MySymptoms.mil, a digital tool to help flatten the curve. Now, the base algorithm behind the screen is available as open source code for anyone to use.

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Hack the Marine Corps Results Are In!

Hackers work alongside Marines to discover and disclose nearly 150 vulnerabilities

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Iterating on Code.mil

No one ever said open sourcing code at the Department of Defense (DoD) would be easy

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Code.mil: An Open Source Initiative at the Pentagon

Building bridges between the Department of Defense and the software development community, one pull request at a time

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Shifting The Tide: DoD’s New Vulnerability Disclosure Policy

How “Hack the Pentagon” follow-up efforts are strengthening and changing the DoD’s security landscape

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