The General Services Administration leads with an approach that includes mobile in all areas of its operations.
Changing federal procurement procedures starts with culture and communication.
The playbook offers resources based on human-centered design to help agencies create better customer experiences.
The continuous integration tool CircleCI passes government security and privacy standards, creating new opportunities for agencies.
GSA's digital consultancy 18F has published a playbook to guide agencies who want to build virtual login platforms for online citizen services.
GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth says the agency aims to be "a better partner and a better buyer" through innovations like flexible contracts and agile development.
GSA is looking for a new leader for its Technology Transformation Service, which was recently created to help focus GSA’s efforts at promoted agile development and user-centered design projects.
The second project under GSA's agile BPA will make it easier for citizens to login, prove their identity, and interact with the federal government.
GSA's agile tech team is looking to move past building digital services and focus on educating agencies in agile IT acquisition.
The General Services Administration has announced a new service to help federal agencies build, buy, and share user-centered and emerging technology solutions.