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Military & Veterans

Whether through recruitment, philanthropy or volunteerism, we are proud to support our heroic military service members and their families. Dedicated Military Employee Resource Groups, created by employees for employees, who have a passion to serve our military community. Employee opportunities to volunteer, mentor, network, collaborate and donate to causes supporting the US military community. Recognized Industry leader as a Military and Military Spouse Friendly Employer

Military Skills Translator

See Where You Fit InTranslate your military skills, experience and training to find DXC U.S. Public Sector career opportunities that best align with your capabilities.

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Wounded Warriors and Disabled Veterans

DXC U.S. Public Sector proactively recruits and hires wounded warriors and veterans with disabilities.

We partner with many organizations in the community, including Operation Impact, the VA Corporate Immersion Program, the US military wounded warrior programs and other organizations that share our same mission.

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Military Spouses and Wounded Warrior Caregivers

Committed outreach and proactive engagement assisting active, Guard, Reserve and retired military spouses, wounded warrior caregivers and surviving spouses.

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Military Employee Resource Groups

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are created by employees, for employees. They foster inclusion and diversity and provide regional and global forums where employees can advance best practices, share ideas, form professional and mentoring relationships and achieve business goals.

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Military Talent Community

Join our community to learn more about our DXC Initiatives and upcoming events!

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Job Alerts

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