Feds look to compete with private sector for top IT talent

09/15/2011 | InformationWeek

The U.S. government has launched a fellowship program that it hopes will entice young technology professionals into the public sector. The Technology Fellows program -- which is the brainchild of the Chief Information Officers Council in collaboration with the Office of Personnel Management -- especially targets workers with degrees in computer science and mathematics. Fellows will be required to serve two years working on federal IT issues, after which they will have the option to continue working for the federal government.

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