Apps for the Army: like AppsForDemocracy, helping fix gov't

Apps for the Army: like AppsForDemocracy, helping fix gov't

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Header.final.noako Hey, a lot of people in the Army know stuff and want to serve more effectively.

Building on the successful AppsForDemocracy effort, now we got Apps for the Army or A4A.

Today the Army announced its first internal applications development challenge, dubbed Apps for the Army or A4A.  Open to all Soldiers and Department of the Army civilians, A4A offers Army personnel the opportunity to demonstrate their software development skills and creativity.  In return, the Army hopes to improve its current capabilities or to add new ones – all through the ingenuity of its people.

“We’re building a culture of collaboration among our Army community to encourage smarter, better and faster technical solutions to meet operational needs,” said Army Chief Information Officer/G-6 Lt. Gen. Jeff Sorenson.

“Soldiers and Army civilians will be creating new mobile and web applications of value for their peers—tools that enhance warfighting effectiveness and business productivity today,” Sorenson said.  “And, we’re rewarding their innovation with recognition and cash.”

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