If you’re one of the many federal employees carrying out your mission through contracting, you might have an important question: how do I know if my contractor is doing a good job? Even if you don't have a strong technical background, there are steps you can take to build your confidence in the project’s maintainability and sustainability.
— Alec Palmer
FEC’s Chief Information Officer
We support your mission
As an office within the General Services Administration, we know how to work with government. Federal, state, and local governments can partner with 18F to deliver projects that fulfill their mission, stay within budget, and use leading technology practices.
What 18F can do
Modernize software development processes while introducing good agile and human-centered design practices to your agency
Improve public-facing services like websites or applications
Digitize and streamline internal systems to save time and increase accuracy
Rethinking how the Federal Election Commission provides data, instructions, and legal resources to the public.
Implementing the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act with one of the largest government-wide agile projects ever undertaken.
An efficient way for contracting officers to search past government contracts for fair hourly rates.
Some agencies we’ve worked with
- Health and Human Services
- U.S. Air Force
- Department of Justice
- Department of the Interior
- State of Wisconsin
- Office of Management and Budget
Recent blog posts
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