Noblis, Code of Support Foundation Partner on New PATRIOTlink Service Finder

Noblis partnered with the Code of Support Foundation to help develop a platform designed to help veterans, servicemen and families find access to vetted, cost-free veteran services.

COSF recently launched PATRIOTlink, a cloud-based system geared to simplify the process of finding free services tailored to the needs of veterans, Noblis said Wednesday.

Kristina Kauffman, executive director of the COSF, emphasized the need for a workflow that would generate improvements based on user feedback.

In response, Noblis helped augment the system’s capacity to generate personalized and updated results for each user and applied a user interface built on data from surveys, feedback and best practices.

PATRIOTlink features COSF-approved resources.

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