The Future of Technology at GSA
The potential to transform government and impact the lives of Americans is tremendous. Our country needs the government to work well, and technology is the key to that.
TECHNOLOGY IS NOT PARTISAN
GSA Admin @DeniseUSGSA on the future of technology in the federal government. #GSATech #InnovateGov pic.twitter.com/zEssbqnSZL— GSA (@USGSA) September 8, 2016
We need to modernize government — programs like @18F and @USDS hold great potential for our country.https://t.co/QAtxjzKXh6— Kevin McCarthy (@SpeakerMcCarthy) November 10, 2016
18F co-founder on why tech transcends party politics: https://t.co/isUtBYV7U6 pic.twitter.com/no5wWow0P6— Nextgov (@Nextgov) November 30, 2016
Obama was an innovation junkie. Will Trump follow in his footsteps?Obama built a tech ‘SWAT team’ to improve government. Will Trump take the baton?
DELIVERING BETTER DIGITAL AND IT SERVICES
Established earlier this year, TTS seeks to improve the technology of the federal government. Americans increasingly interact with vital services online and the job of TTS is to help agencies deliver digital products and services that are easy to use, efficient, effective and secure.
GSA's improving the way federal government & industry do business. Read more about our technological efforts → https://t.co/KlV7WOYxVM— GSA (@USGSA) October 7, 2016
How Techies In Washington Plan To Deal With Trump’s PresidencyObama’s work to build a talent pipeline from Silicon Valley to Washington will be tested under a new president whose campaign promises contradict many technologists’ values.
GSA's New Tech Leader Says Group is Ready for Its Pixar Moment https://t.co/IotrLouECP pic.twitter.com/jrFyx9PnBM— Nextgov (@Nextgov) November 30, 2016
PARTNERING WITH INDUSTRY
GSA finds ways to help the government get the best industry has to offer, while reducing the barriers to entry that have kept that from happening in the past.
GSA Administrator @DeniseUSGSA discusses efforts to increase government & industry collaboration w/ @FederalTimes https://t.co/SU9S0TFVvP— GSA (@USGSA) September 21, 2016
Working in the open leads to a better end product. Read about @18F's recent work w/ state & local governments. https://t.co/CEjq6CqFby— GSA (@USGSA) November 15, 2016
Dig in to today's @MorningTech for details on whether GSA's tech leadership (inc. @18F) says it's staying or going. https://t.co/qWTiUK9LUV— Nancy Scola (@nancyscola) November 21, 2016
INNOVATION IS HERE TO STAY
We are driven by the mission of giving the government the tools to more effectively serve our users, the American people.
TTS Commissioner Rob Cook, "Our citizens deserve a government that uses technology to make their lives easier." https://t.co/zs7seQ8nIH— GSA (@USGSA) November 1, 2016
what you can do to maximize innovation... Action Grid: diverse, inclusive, equitable science & tech workforce https://t.co/3oZqBfgnM6— Megan Smith -Archive (@USCTO44) November 28, 2016
The American people aren’t going anywhere and neither is the need for better technology.
Learn more about GSA’s Technology Transformation Service here. This post was originally published on GSA’s Storify and blog.