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A look back at the last eight years


The U.S. General Services Administration has always had the privilege of delivering better value and savings to the American people. Although the initiatives we pursue may change over time, our commitment to serving our partners, while building a stronger…

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The General Services Administration (GSA) is known for managing federal real estate and leveraging the government’s buying power to get the best deal for taxpayers, but it also drives and leads technology and innovation within the federal government…

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Facts about publishing open source code in government


Editor's note: This blog was originally published on 18F's blog.At 18F, we believe that developing software in the open has many benefits, and we write about our open source work as much as we can. We get questions from other people in the federal…

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Continuing to Build the Technology Transformation Service


A little over a month ago we launched a new service at GSA – the Technology Transformation Service. The mission of the Technology Transformation Service is to help agencies navigate how to build, buy, and share user-centered and emerging technology…

Open Data: Empowering Americans to Make Data-Driven Decisions


Photo Caption: President Obama with Chief Technology Officer team members Ryan Panchadsaram and Corinna Zarek, and U.S. Chief Information Officer Tony Scott viewing Analytics.usa.govEditor’s Note: This blog was originally on the White House Blog…

The First .gov Domains Hardcoded Into Your Browser as All-HTTPS


Every .gov website, no matter how small, should give its visitors a secure, private connection. Plain HTTP (http://) connections are neither secure nor private, and can be easily intercepted and impersonated. In today’s web browsers, the best and…

Last Reviewed: 2021-12-23