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If you are a Department of Defense component agency or a private sector company, NGO, or academic institution, and wish to learn more about participation in the DoD’s Cyber Information Technology Exchange Program (CITEP), please click on the applicable button below and fill out the interest questionnaire for submission to the DoD Office of the Chief Information Officer.
2022 Cyber Workforce Rotational Program is open for DoD employees
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DoD TALENT MARKETPLACE.
The DoD Emerging Technologies Talent Marketplace is different from other government hiring job sites. Here’s why:
“The DoD CIO is focused on a strategy that attracts high-demand skill sets while encouraging increased representation of minorities and women. . . . Unlike traditional Federal hiring platforms, the Talent Marketplace platform enables an understanding of each candidate’s unique preferences to enable a Smart Match of candidates to the jobs that align with their needs and desires.”
WHY WORK FOR DoD
DoD employs nearly 1 million civilians, many serving in critical positions domestically and internationally. There are a myriad opportunities requiring a diverse range of skills in the emerging technologies communities of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, and software development. As a civilian in DoD, you play an important role in the defense of our Nation and in supporting our Armed Forces. Display your skills in the DoD Emerging Technologies Talent Marketplace and pursue your future with a diverse, challenging, and rewarding DoD civilian career.
DoD EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES TALENT COMMUNITIES
Learn about the work communities for civilian cybersecurity jobs and artificial intelligence jobs within the Department of Defense
DoD CIO WORKFORCE INNOVATION VIDEO
9 MARCH 2023: DoD CIO John Sherman and CDAO Chief Digital and AI Officer Dr. Craig Martell testify at a House Armed Services Subcommittee hearing on “Defense in a Digital Era: A.I., Information Technology, & Securing DoD.”