Open to anyone with a .gov or .mil email address.
To join, email firstname.lastname@example.org with
Blockchain listserv in the subject.
Open to the public.
To join, email email@example.com with nothing in the subject and
SUB BlockchainPublic. in the body.
Federal agencies are eager to better evaluate and adopt distributed ledger technologies (like blockchain) that use encryption and coding to improve transparency, efficiency and trust in information sharing. Blockchain use cases that agencies submit for exploration touch many parts and processes of an organization, including:
- Financial management
- IT asset and supply chain management
- Smart contracts
- Patents, Trademarks Copyrights, Royalties
- Government-issued credentials like visas, passports, SSN and birth certificates
- Federal personnel workforce data
- Appropriated funds
- Federal assistance and foreign aid delivery
Who We Are
This community serves as a collaborative hub for federal agencies that are interested in exploring distributed ledger technology and its implementation within government.
How to Join
If you are a federal government employee with a .gov or .mil email address, join our Federal Blockchain Community.
To join our public listserv for Blockchain, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the message body “SUB BlockchainPublic.”
What We Do
We hosted the first U.S. Federal Blockchain Forum on July 18, 2017, uniting more than 100 federal managers from dozens of unique agencies to discuss use cases, limitations, and solutions. Agency teams submitted their own potential use cases for blockchain technology to our current repository of almost 200 submissions.
The Communities of Practice are hosted by digital.gov, a service of the Technology Transformation Services (TTS) within the General Services Administration (GSA). GSA is a federal agency subject to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and must comply with requests for records made under FOIA. As a result, all communications made on this Communities of Practice LISTSERV are subject to release under FOIA.
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