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We are the .gov registry at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). We're a team of designers, developers, and product people. We help government organizations in the U.S. gain public trust by making .gov a well-known, reliable, and secure space online.

Learn how to apply for jobs at CISA and get tips for preparing your resume.

Engineering positions

We’re hiring software engineers/web developers to help us continue building our new, open source registrar for .gov domains. This product will enhance the “security, privacy, reliability, accessibility, and speed” of .gov domains (DOTGOV Act of 2020). The .gov registrar is being developed on GitHub. Our core languages are Django, Python, and JavaScript.

Learn more about these roles:

Please apply if you:

  • Care about building great public-facing digital products and services
  • Want to share knowledge with your colleagues and learn from them in turn
  • Have the technical skills to tackle engineering problems
  • Have the social skills to ask questions and work collaboratively with people from many disciplines
  • Know when technology does or does not solve a problem
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