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.
Newsworthy: October 19, 2021
Skylight launches comprehensive Brand Guidelines
We’re excited to release a public version of Skylight’s brand guidelines, which covers everything from using our core brand elements to designing a distinctive Skylight illustration. These comprehensive brand guidelines help us unify our communications across everything we do and share our work to a wide range of audiences.
Newsworthy: September 30, 2021
Alaska Northstar and Skylight awarded contract with the USAF to develop a case management system for Security Forces
We’re delighted to be working with BESPIN and prime contractor Alaska Northstar Resources on discovery and design research for a Security Forces case management system. This system will create an efficient and intuitive workflow for the entire Security Forces task force.
Federal Computer Week (FCW): April 15, 2021
FCW interviews a PIF alum at Skylight
With so many White House Presidential Innovation Fellow (PIF) alums here at Skylight, we’re big believers in the program’s role in changing government technology. FCW interviewed Skylight’s CEO and PIF alum, Chris Cairns, for his thoughts on how the program has changed and what lessons it might offer for recruiting top tech talent into the government, as it heads into its eighth cohort.
Now hiring for next set of Presidential Innovation Fellows