The General Services Administration (GSA) awarded Dev Technology Group, Inc. (Dev Technology) first place in its recent challenge to develop an artificial intelligence (AI), or machine learning (ML) solution to review end-user license

Dev Technology Recognized as a Top Workplace Seven Years in a row The Washington Post named Dev Technology as a Top Workplace based on the results of employee surveys. Dev Technology has been

The Women Achieving in STEM Scholarship Dev Technology is pleased to partner with Friends and Family of Northern Virginia Deltas’ Scholarship Fund to support the Women Achieving in STEM Scholarship in the amount

Ways to Support your Community during the COVID-19 Pandemic Supporting our community has always been of great importance to Dev Technology, and many of our local charitable organizations are facing an increased demand

Zoom Security: Tips for Staying Safe in the Virtual World We certainly live in interesting times. Like many technology companies, Dev Technology Group switched to remote-only work in March. We traded in offices

Dev Technology to Host Job Fair for over 20 Open Positions on November 21, 2019 Dev Technology is hosting a job fair and open house at the company's corporate headquarters in Reston, Virginia

A week of women in STEM: Ellen Ochoa Continuing our series of incredible women in STEM, today we highlight Ellen Ochoa, the first Hispanic woman in the world to go to space as

A week of women in STEM: Katherine Johnson Continuing our series of incredible women in STEM, we introduce Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson. Perhaps you have heard of Ms. Johnson, as she is one

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A week of Women in STEM: Karen Spärck Jones We ask Google or Alexa everything--have you ever wondered where the search concept originated from? Let's find out...  "Alexa, who is responsible for the

Ada Lovelace Day Celebrates the Achievements of Women in STEM “That brain of mine is something more than merely mortal; as time will show.” Ada Lovelace Ada Lovelace, born in 1815, wrote what is often