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DXC Veterans Program

Enabling and supporting veterans to thrive while offering workplaces IT experts to fill skills gaps

About the program

Veterans are well-trained, highly skilled and motivated. Yet one in three struggle to find post-service employment.

At DXC, we know how valuable veterans’ skills are to the IT industry.

Our Veterans Program attracts, upskills and supports veterans who are leaving the Australian Defence Force and want to secure viable and rewarding long-term careers in IT.

As a result, DXC customers and partners are given access to highly skilled, outcomes-driven, security cleared team members.

Program Benefits

Business support

Providing highly skilled, service-driven and security-cleared staffing for DXC's customers.

Culture, diversity and inclusion

Providing an inclusive and culturally aware environment for veterans and their peer, nurturing diverse and innovative thinking.

Transition and training

Creating education and career pathways, and mentoring and networking opportunities for veterans.

Technology partnerships

As a leading Fortune 500 technology services company with a global ecosystem alliances with technology partners, veterans are provided with a broad education pathways and progression opportunities. 

Wellbeing support

Supporting veterans' mental and physical wellbeing through psychological and physiological programs, and workplace and community social networks.

Commitment to defence personnel

We have a longstanding 45+ year partnership with the defence industry and the program is led by Professor Neil Curtis, senior security consultant at DXC and a former military and police officer.

Program impact

Fill IT skills gaps
Organisations fill IT skill gaps and gain highly skilled and mission-focused team members
Job security
Meaningful employment and job security for veterans
Inclusive IT industry
Shared commitment to a socially responsible IT industry
veterans undergoing various IT training supported by DXC Technology and its partners
technology certifications obtained by veterans and military spouses

Success Stories

Digital thread helps Lockheed Martin Aeronautics modernise aircraft manufacturing

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics uses digital thread to lower costs and increase speed for its next-generation manufacturing execution system.

Mobile On-Board Training System supporting the Royal Australian Navy

Simulated combat environment with realistic exercises enables authentic and intense training that cannot be easily or cost effectively replicated in the real world.
RSL DefenceCare Customer Story

RSL DefenceCare improves veteran support services with Microsoft Dynamics 365

Integrated, cloud-based solution enables RSL DefenceCare access to real-time data, obtain meaningful insights on service outcomes to make better decisions when helping customers.

Our collaborators

Helping Heroes

Helping Heroes is a national organisation, exclusively providing rehabilitation, injury management and assessment services to our Veteran community.

Palo Alto

Palo Alto Networks, the global cybersecurity leader, continually delivers innovation to enable secure digital transformation.


The Splunk platform removes the barriers between data and action, empowering observability, IT and security teams to ensure their organizations are secure, resilient and innovative.

Trend Micro

Trend Micro, a global cybersecurity leader, helps make the world safe for exchanging digital information. 

University of Southern Queensland

University of Southern Queensland (UniSQ) is a research-intensive regional university that provides high-quality flexible degree programs and produces Australia’s highest paid graduates.


The Returned & Services League of Australia (RSL Australia) was formed in 1916 in response to the lack of a unified approach to the organisation of repatriation facilities and medical services for those returning from the Great War.


Fortinet secures the largest enterprise, service provider, and government organizations around the world. Fortinet empowers its customers with intelligent, seamless protection across the expanding attack surface and the power to take on ever-increasing performance requirements of the borderless network—today and into the future.


VMware, a global leader in cloud, security, storage and network virtualization, as well as desktop and mobility management, makes businesses more agile. For over 15 years, DXC has developed IT solutions that leverage VMware technologies to modernize data centers and integrate public clouds, modernize apps, empower the digital workspace and transform security.


Tenable transforms security technology for the business needs of tomorrow through comprehensive solutions that provide continuous visibility and critical context, enabling decisive actions to protect organisations.

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