We encourage data-driven decisions and continuous optimization through A/B testing.
Supporting people working with agile/lean methodologies and those who would like to learn more.
Supporting and coordinating the use of artificial intelligence technologies in federal agencies.
We’re interested in exploring distributed ledger technology and its implementation within government.
We encourage public participation in crowdsourcing competitions to find innovative government solutions.
A community for those who support their agency’s IT modernization efforts, and want to learn about application rationalization, data center optimization, and federal cloud computing.
We work across government develop best practices for designing, implementing, and evaluating crowdsourcing and citizen science initiatives.
The practice of operations and development staff participating in the in the entire service lifecycle to operate rapidly changing resilient systems at scale.
Providing federal employees with seminars on leadership, professional development, and strategy.
We share best practices and lessons learned to improve IT cost transparency across government.
We are an inter-agency group of contact center directors and managers with over 200 members across 55 federal, state and local government agencies.
We support people who are working to improve accessibility of information technology.
We work across agencies to implement government-wide solutions for making mobile technologies better.
A community listserv and working group that unites 900 open data leads at federal agencies, data stewards, and all others in government interested in open data, enterprise data inventory, civic tech, and data-driven government issues.
A federal government community interested in source code and open source software (OSS).
The Interagency Open Government Community of Practice is where we talk about transparency, open-participation, and collaboration across agencies.
Our community engages stakeholders around the President’s Management Agenda (PMA), and the Results-Oriented Accountability for Grants Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) Goal.
We are a group who is working to accelerate robotic process automation (RPA) adoption in the federal government.
We are dedicated to improving the creation, adoption and evaluation of digital engagement programs and emerging social technologies and strategies for public services.
A community for anyone building federal websites with the U.S. Web Design System (USWDS) or considering it for a future project.
Join other federal user experience practitioners and learn how to make better user-centered products.
Video Production Pros brings together passionate storytellers, artists, social gurus, strategists, and video production experts from across the U.S. government.
A collaborative hub for the research and refinement of VR and AR business cases and pilot programs across government.
The Web Content Managers Forum is a community of government employees who share ideas, challenges, lessons learned, and best practices in managing the content of government websites.
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