In-Q-Tel wants to talk to people interested in open source software and national security

In-Q-Tel, the innovation and venture arm of the U.S. intelligence community, has published several open source themed posts recently, including "Toward Secure Code Reuse" and, most recently, one about GitGeo, a tool it developed that analyzes the geography of developers associated with a GitHub repository.

By GovFresh · April 28, 2021

In-Q-Tel, the innovation and venture arm of the U.S. intelligence community, has published several open source themed posts recently, including "Toward Secure Code Reuse" and, most recently, one about GitGeo, a tool it developed that analyzes the geography of developers associated with a GitHub repository.

In-Q-Tel buried the lede in the latter post, as it says it wants to talk with people "interested in open source software, the federal government, and national security."

If that's you, send an email to jmeyers@iqt.org.

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