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Introducing USWDS 2.0

Apr 8, 2019 | ,

Today’s update introduces a powerful toolkit of new features to help make creating useful, consistent digital services faster, simpler, and more fun. Read »

Introducing USWDS 2.0

Deep Dive: Using Data Technology + Innovation for Lyme Disease

Mar 18, 2019 | , ,

A 14-week sprint delivered digital tools that used federal open data to address Lyme and tick-borne diseases. Read »

Deep Dive: Using Data Technology + Innovation for Lyme Disease

Deep Dive: How a Health Tech Sprint Pioneered an AI Ecosystem

Feb 27, 2019 | , ,

Seven teams created digital tools that help in finding experimental therapies for patients, and for clinical trials to recruit new patients. Read »

Deep Dive: How a Health Tech Sprint Pioneered an AI Ecosystem

Health Tech Sprint Aims at Improving Care Access and Experience

Nov 2, 2018 | , ,

This sprint is designed to improve care by assisting in access to novel therapeutics and improving clinical trials. Read »

Health Tech Sprint Aims at Improving Care Access and Experience

GSA Steps Up Security for .gov

Oct 29, 2018 | ,

Read how GSA’s DotGov Program is modernizing the security of .gov to make government websites and systems more secure. Read »

GSA Steps Up Security for .gov

Getting Started with USWDS 2.0

Aug 24, 2018

The U.S. Web Design System team will show you how to get started with USWDS 2.0: how to set up your project colors, fonts, and more. Read »

Getting Started with USWDS 2.0

The Data Briefing: How to Build a Chatbot in a Weekend

Sep 27, 2017 |

As chatbots have become more popular, some online sites will let you create a chatbot with little or no programming. Read »

The Data Briefing: How to Build a Chatbot in a Weekend

Slack AMA Connect Standards Team with Public

Sep 25, 2017 | , , , ,

The Standards team hosted their first AMA (Ask Me Anything) with the public in August. Here’s a breakdown of the big topics discussed during the chat. Read »

Slack AMA Connect Standards Team with Public

Code.gov User Interviews — What We Learned

Sep 5, 2017 |

This post was originally published by Code.gov on Medium. It’s been a year since the federal government published the Federal Source Code Policy, which created the foundation for Code.gov. In honor of the policy’s anniversary, we checked in with our users to learn more about them, their needs, and the challenges they face. Our users Read »

Code.gov User Interviews — What We Learned

Walter Reed’s 3-D Printing Innovations Help Warfighters Get Back to Life

Aug 29, 2017 |

This is part of an ongoing series highlighting the innovations and research happening at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Wounded warriors who dream of returning to playing hockey, climbing mountains or simply brushing their teeth with ease can look to 3-D printing innovations at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to Read »

Walter Reed’s 3-D Printing Innovations Help Warfighters Get Back to Life

Vets.gov: A Modern Software Development Environment in Government

Jul 3, 2017 | ,

When people think of government software, they often think of COBOL and PowerBuilder 5, with manual software deploys every three to six months on a fixed number of machines in a government-run data center. This perception is sometimes justified, but sometimes entirely wrong. Regardless, the perception makes many developers reluctant to work for the government Read »

The Journey to Sharing America’s Code

Jun 27, 2017 |

As the nation’s primary platform for sharing and improving government software, Code.gov can help the government save millions of taxpayer dollars. It’s no secret that the federal government spends billions of dollars a year on software transactions. So, in an effort to cut excessive spending, the Read »

Fractal and Federalist Join the U.S. Web Design Standards

Jun 13, 2017 |

We’ve recently added two powerful tools to the U.S. Web Design Standards development workflow that allow us to preview, test, and publish the Standards code more quickly and easily. Fractal Fractal is a powerful and flexible framework for building interactive component libraries. It’s similar to Jekyll (which we use to publish the Standards site) in Read »

Federalist Is out of Beta and Open for Business

Jun 5, 2017 | ,

If you’re a program manager or a federal web developer you’ve probably been given a seemingly simple task: Create a basic website as part of a new initiative at your agency. The hardest part is often not crafting the content or designing the prototype, but getting the security and privacy compliance in order to launch Read »

CSP and 3PAO Roles and Responsibilities

May 23, 2017 |

We wanted to share some high-level guidance for CSPs and 3PAOs we created with the JAB teams to provide insight into the different roles and responsibilities for 3PAOs and CSPs in our authorization process. These roles and responsibilities were created and refined over the last year as we refined the JAB’s authorization process through FedRAMP Read »