Newsworthy: March 24, 2022
Agile Six and Skylight awarded recompete bid for the VA Diffusion Marketplace
We’re thrilled to announce that Agile Six and Skylight have a won a recompete bid to continue developing the VA Diffusion Marketplace. Together, we’ll work to expand the user base beyond VA collaborators and curate even more content to help spread promising innovations, ultimately better caring for our nation’s Veterans.
Newsworthy: March 17, 2022
GearFit platform sees significant growth after launch on DOD's Cloud One
We’re excited to witness the growth of the GearFit platform after it was launched on the Department of Defense’s Cloud One and became accessible via the Air Force Portal. Since launch, we’ve had a 200% increase in activity compared to the past 2 years, with submissions from all nine Air Force Major Commands and from bases all over the world.
Newsworthy: January 7, 2022
Skylight awarded SBIR III contract by USAF to continue supporting BESPIN Design Studio
We’re honored to be awarded an SBIR III with the U.S. Air Force to continue supporting BESPIN’s Design Studio, which grows BESPIN’s design capabilities by facilitating the development of user-centered products at scale. The Design Studio will also set the standard for various design disciplines in the U.S. Air Force and enable airmen designers through training and pairing.
Newsworthy: December 9, 2021
Skylight launches Career Pathways framework
We’re thrilled to launch the Skylight Career Pathways, which provides a framework for different roles you’ll find at Skylight and details about the skills needed to work at each level. We use this framework to help employees identify the skills needed to progress in their careers, assess skills in preparation for performance reviews, develop job descriptions for hiring new employees, and evaluate candidates during the hiring process.
Newsworthy: November 15, 2021
Skylight awarded a contract by the CDC to help modernize the nation's public health infrastructure
We’re honored to be awarded a $32M contract by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to use service design to determine the most impactful ways to expand SimpleReport, including how the tool can be used to collect test results across other diseases. In addition to this, we’re contributing to another CDC data modernization initiative led by USDS, called Public Health Data Infrastructure, where we’ll help develop a data pipeline and platform for epidemiologists to have more analysis-ready data.