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Guidance on building better digital services in government
Provides funding for new technology projects or products across government, from the TTS office of investments.
A window into how people are interacting with the government online. Powered by the Digital Analytics Program (DAP)
A free API management service for federal agencies.
Provides resources and collaborative opportunities to facilitate the use of prize competitions in government.
A catalog of federal crowdsourcing and citizen science projects.
A FedRAMP approved cloud hosting platform that makes it easy for federal agencies to get on the cloud by simplifying procurement, security, and compliance.
A collection of federal source code including open source software.
Data, tools, and resources to conduct research, develop web and mobile applications.
A free analytics tool for measuring digital services in the federal government.
We make it easy to register and manage a .gov domain for US-based government organizations.
A publishing platform that helps federal partners launch, maintain and manage Government websites.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management (FedRAMP) is a process that authorizes cloud products and services.
A URL shortener for official government domains.
An identity management service that provides secure and private online access to participating government programs.
Discover opportunities across government that will help you build and make connections.
A free hosted search platform for federal websites.
A team of designers with diverse backgrounds that help agencies address complex challenges and build human-centered design capacity across the federal government.
Touchpoints offers a simple, flexible, and convenient way to start collecting customer feedback so you can focus on serving customers rather than managing surveys.
An inventory of official government social media accounts, mobile websites and apps, as reported and authenticated by federal managers.
A toolkit of principles, guidance, and code that helps agency digital teams build accessible, mobile-friendly government websites for the American public.
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An official website of the
U.S. General Services Administration