Who We Are
We strive to be a collective of diverse, innovative technologists who are ready to listen, learn, and serve. We believe in the power of technology to improve lives.
What We Do
We recognize that technology is a means, not an end. We combine modern technology expertise with subject matter expertise of agency partners to create better government services for all.
We aim to create a government technology workforce that reflects the diversity of America and invest in the future digital workforce through learning and development.
The U.S. Digital Corps is an early‑career fellowship designed for the country’s top technology talent to serve in the federal government. Our values are core to our mission:
We are present, transparent, and honest to enable accessible and trustworthy innovation.
We put people first and celebrate what brings us together and makes each of us unique to meet the public’s needs.
We grow together and create lasting change for the good of the public and public servants.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Accessibility
We believe that the diversity of American people is among our nation’s greatest assets and we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the people we serve.
Diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility are at the center of our approach at every stage of the program, from recruitment to Fellows’ impact at their agencies.
U.S. Digital Corps is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Read our full EEO Statement here.
U.S. Digital Corps History
The U.S. Digital Corps was launched in August 2021 by the Biden administration, in a collaboration between the General Services Administration (GSA), the White House Office of Management and Budget, the Office of Personnel Management, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. It is a cross‑government fellowship opportunity operated by the GSA’s Technology Transformation Services (TTS).
The idea for a Digital Corps was sparked by technologists across government who identified a gap in the federal government’s journey towards digital success — a lack of early‑career technology talent. TTS recognized the need for entry‑level technologists to not only bring immediate innovation but also to serve as a continuing resource for government digital transformation. These technologists could complement the efforts already underway by technologists across government - bringing in fresh skills and perspectives as well as sustaining support over time. Internally growing the federal government technology leaders of the future. What started as an idea and grassroots effort evolved into the U.S. Digital Corps.