The Future of Technology at GSA

Our work can transform government

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.

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TECHNOLOGY IS NOT PARTISAN

“If it’s important, it’s important for all administrations,” said GSA Technology Transformation Service Commissioner Rob Cook.

“We have people from different political stripes on the team,” said Rob Cook. “We don’t think technology is partisan.”

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.

“Our job is making the government serve the American people better quality services and more efficiently. It’s an important job for us to do,” said Cook.

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.

“TTS will continue,” said Cook, “to help government improve the way it buys technology and partners with industry to provide solutions and services to help federal agencies better tell their stories and provide services to the public.”


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.

“Ultimately, though, in TTS, the U.S. Digital Services and other digital services teams, I think enough good has been shown that this thing will maintain itself for the foreseeable future and I’m super excited about that,” said GSA CIO David Shive in a recent interview with Federal News Radio.

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.

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