From expanding contracting opportunities for small, disadvantaged businesses to building out a more diverse federal workforce, federal agencies are increasingly aiming to partner with minority-serving institutions to ensure their equity goals are effective.
After it moved to a hybrid work model and grew to 66 employees over the past two years, CEO Kestrel Linder spoke to us about the Navy Yard edtech company’s moves to support internal connection.
It would be easy to think that tech has no major role to play in the recently leaked news about the Supreme Court.
Thanks to TED, in 2018, The Audacious Project was born as an initiative to support changemakers that are lighting a path toward a better future. According to the official website, over $900 million has been distributed to nine projects over the course of a year to bold leaders and philanthropic organizations who understand the value of gathering large dollars to create long-term changes.
Reston, Virginia-based asset intelligence startup Hubble this week announced the close of a $9 million seed round that anticipates plans for a new office and engineering hires.
With tenants like tech giant Amazon plugging full steam ahead on HQ2, Virginia’s National Landing neighborhood is already making a splash in the DMV tech scene. But what does hosting a headquarters, creating a smart city and building thousands of flashy apartment buildings really mean for a local tech sector?
Tony Kwag of Arlington, Virginia-based Bidscale likes to call his company the “TurboTax of government contracting.”
Prelude, a Washington, D.C-based startup that helps organizations harden their cyber defenses through the use of autonomous red-teaming, has secured $24 million in Series A funding.
As we gear up for the summer music and concert season, a pair of local technologists want to make it even easier to find your next favorite band.
DC-based 2Gether-International is returning to its roots by launching a brand-new local accelerator this summer.