Thanks for stopping by VetsApp to learn a little more about us, a nongovernment initiative that I hope compels interest in the app development marketplace for tools, such as this app, that enhance the citizen experience—especially for our military Veterans, like me. (I’m the sole owner of VetsApp LLC.)
Disclosure: I work at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), but VetsApp is not a result of any collaboration or proprietary technical information sharing between me and VA, and I do not speak on behalf of VA. VetsApp-specific content is purely my own work as a private citizen, or that of others who write exclusively for VetsApp, and it leverages public websites, information, and images in the public domain.
If you’d like to learn more about us, about me, and the projects I’m passionate about, or if you’d like to get in touch, check out my website.
If you’d like to learn more about developing apps for VA in particular, check out VA’s new API Management Platform, “the ‘front door’ to VA’s vast data stores—giving developers the ability to design technology solutions that leverage our data and serve our Veterans.” –U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
VetsApp has been submitted to the U.S. Copyright Office [2018 Jonathan Mills] and the application establishes rights to the name “VetsApp” as well as the format and layout of the mobile application, VetsApp, whose backend and hosting is licensed by GoodBarber. View the copyright application. VetsApp LLC is operated and based in Washington, DC, and Jonathan Mills has granted VetsApp LLC rights to the trademark of the “VetsApp” name and mark.
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