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Technology Transformation Service looking for new commissioner

Now’s the time to get involved in transforming how the government builds, buys, and shares technology. Now’s the time to lead a growing office of talented and motivated people looking to help federal agencies deliver better services to the public at a lower cost. Sound interesting? Then we’ve got a job for you: Commissioner of the Technology Transformation Service.

The Technology Transformation Service (TTS) is a new organization within the General Services Administration (GSA) that includes 18F, the Presidential Innovation Fellows program, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), and the Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technology.

Together, these offices are working on some of the most critical parts of the federal government’s online presence and creating the next generation of policies, tools, and practices to radically improve how the government does tech. This includes sites like cloud.gov, usa.gov, gobiernousa.gov, kids.gov, data.gov, challenge.gov, and analytics.usa.gov.

There’s a lot of exciting work happening across TTS from security to cloud hosting to open data to user-centered design. We’re looking for someone to help us increase our impact, while providing the best service possible to our partners.

Applications are due to USAJOBS by August 1, so get yours in soon (or pass this on to someone who you think might be right for the job.) Find out more about the position from GSA.