The General Services Administration’s (GSA) DotGov Program manages the .gov top-level domain (TLD) for the U.S. government. Like .com or .org, the .gov TLD serves a defined community of interest – but unlike other TLDs, .gov is only available to bona fide U.S.-based government organizations. These government organizations increasingly deliver services and information digitally, and using a .gov domain signals to users that the government website they’re visiting, or the email they’ve received from a .
Cameron Dixon is a public servant technologist who works to improve information security practices in government organizations. His efforts are human-centered, focused on protecting people, not data. He entered government service through the National Science Foundation’s Cybercorp®: Scholarship for Service.
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