Delivery is the strategy.
18F is an office inside the General Services Administration's Technology Transformation Service that helps other federal agencies build, buy, and share efficient and easy-to-use digital services.
We're transforming government from the inside out, creating cultural change by working with teams inside agencies who want to create great services for the public.
September 20, 2016
The State of Mississippi is about to upgrade its child welfare management system, a system used by about 1,800 state employees in 82 counties, supporting the wellbeing of about 5,000 children across the state. The system was built in the early 2000s, and the employees who use it are stymied by an inefficient interface and aging infrastructure.
Continue readingMississippi brings agile and modular techniques to child welfare system contract
September 19, 2016
The Technology Transformation Service (TTS) is already absorbing the first-mover risk of introducing modern tools and techniques, but we know that only with the help of industry will this transformation be able to spread across the federal government. As we all bring agile methodologies, human-centered design, and modular design to the government, the opportunity to improve federal digital services is immense.
Continue readingVendors and government strengthen partnership at Technology Industry Day
September 15, 2016
Yesterday, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released their review of 18F and the U.S. Digital Service and our work to transform federal digital services. We appreciate GAO’s review of 18F’s important work and mission.
Continue readingGAO review shows satisfied customers and areas for improvement