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California shares the code for its digital vaccine pass

The California Department of Technology announced it’s published the code for the Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record program in hopes that other states’ IT and public health teams adopt and improve the service. The department published the source code for the program, which is used to store residents’ coronavirus vaccination statuses, on the online code repository GitHub. In a post on CDT’s blog, Rick Klau, the state’s chief technology innovation officer, wrote that his agency is sharing both the user-interface code and API on its vaccine passes, which can be plugged into another state’s own vaccine records to create a digital, mobile record. Benjamin Freed has more on StateScoop.

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DIU adds new venture funding pool for defense tech startups

DIU adds the National Security Innovation Capital (NSIC) fund to its innovation toolkit. Jackson Barnett has the story for FedScoop.

CISA hires long-time cyber pro Kiersten Todt as chief of staff

It's a key hire for Jen Easterly, who has served as director of CISA since mid-July and who has been ramping up her own plans for the agency. Tim Starks has the details on CyberScoop.

Howard U. ransomware highlights threat to higher ed

Ransomware attacks during time-sensitive periods like the start of a semester can squeeze universities harder, cybersecurity experts told EdScoop. Emily Bamforth has the deep dive on EdScoop.

The VA is looking to 5G to enable 'X-ray vision' for doctors

VA doctors may soon be able to use AR headsets to superimpose medical imaging on a patient for "safer and more effective procedures." Billy Mitchell has it on FedScoop.

Seattle awards additional $330,000 in grants to close digital divide

Seattle will support 14 new community organizations working to close the digital divide by dipping into the $128.4 million federal recovery fund. Ryan Johnston has the story on StateScoop.

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