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Job related Partners

AfterCollege has committed to allow users to upload Blue Button data, automatically filling out their resume fields, simplifying the process for veterans to apply for jobs.

Fidelis has committed to simplifying the student enrollment process by consuming the raw information available through the Blue Button and the "Electronic DD214".  In addition to authenticating their students' service, they will use the data to create badges in their "Capability Profile" and will provide their students the ability to push that data to employers, job boards, and their social networks. 

JIBE has committed to allow veterans to upload their Blue Button file which launches an automated search for civilian jobs based on their military experience.  With JIBE, the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) paperwork will be attached to their applications, allowing companies to efficiently hire and onboard veterans.

Jobvite has committed to helping America's veterans return to the workforce by providing customers with the ability to quickly identify requisitions for inclusion in the Veterans Job Bank on their social recruiting and applicant tracking platform. Additionally, Jobvite has simplified the application process for Veterans by adding the ability to upload their blue button file in order to easily add their military service history when applying online for jobs.

KMS Software Company has committed to support the Blue Button program and the Vow to Hire a Veteran program with its web-based XpressHR OnBoardingTM software. XpressHR OnBoardingTM will upload Blue Button data, accelerate and streamline the hiring of veterans, and will ensure the timely processing of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) a company receives for hiring veterans.

Proven.com has committed to creating a Veterans page. They enable veterans to upload Blue Button files, resulting in a ready-made profile on the site. Veterans can use their profiles to apply to jobs and network with others on the site, including local employers.

TrueBlue, Inc has committed to supporting Blue Button applications for the 150+ jobs their firm is hiring for today.

TweetmyJobs has committed to building an application that allows veterans to upload their Blue Button file, instantly building a resume by parsing the relevant information. This tool will allow them to share their resume online and distribute it through Twitter.

LinkedIn Following up on their commitment to host a Veterans Hackday, LinkedIn delivered and demonstrated two applications that are now available on LinkedIn Labs.

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, the country's first and largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization for veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, extensively tested the LinkedIn and rrripple apps with hundreds of veteran members who are actively searching for jobs and transitional resources across LinkedIn and Community of Veterans, IAVA's private social network exclusively for confirmed veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan.


Health related Partners

Microsoft's HealthVault offers a secure place to store, manage, and combine health information from any provider as well as find other opportunities and tools to manage health care.

Northrop Grumman developed a mobile application that displays Blue Button information on a cell phone.

Humetrix offers a set of mobile applications that allow for the automated access and download of Blue Button records using  personal  smart  phones or USB devices and the direct and  secure transfer of these records, by either “push” or ‘pull’’,  to a healthcare provider’s tablet or computer.

 

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