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An ‘Improbable Startup’ Is Hiring IT Employees

Jan 24, 2015
This article is part of a series called News & Trends.

Screen Shot 2015-01-24 at 2.34.17 PMA team that already includes ex-Twitter, Google, and Amazon employees is looking for more, calling itself an “improbable startup.”

It’s in the business of improving health care information, services for veterans, as well as the Ebola response.

Yes, the White House launched a recruiting drive with a video (below) as well as a blog post playing up jobs for the U.S. Digital Service. “We kept quiet for a while,” says the blog post. “Now it is time to go bigger. We need more technologists to join us … the very best engineers, technologists, and designers are ready to give up the perks of the private sector and work alongside equally talented government colleagues to take on the toughest problems in government.”

The Digital Service’s website says it is “transforming how the federal government works for the American people.”

This article is part of a series called News & Trends.
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