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The General Services Administration (GSA) has announced its first group of 40 U.S. Digital Corps fellows. Serving across 13 federal agencies, the group will tackle priority projects in areas like data science and analytics and cybersecurity.

  • Some of the projects the fellows are tasked with include working with personnel data at the Office of Personnel Management and improving login.gov at GSA, said David Zvenyach, director of GSA’s Technology Transformation Services.
  • The goal of the U.S. Digital Corps is to recruit more early-career talent into government, said Zvenyach. The program is very competitive and looks at candidates from a wide range of backgrounds.
  • He said GSA plans to scale the program in the next several years and may remove the college degree requirement.

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