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  • Building a data center community of practice

    | Dan Pomeroy, Director, ​DCOI Managing Partner PMO
    This month over one hundred government data center representatives from around the country participated in the second meeting of the Data Center Optimization Initiative Community of Practice. The CoP...
  • Sign up for the Technology Industry Day

    | GSA Blog Team
    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 techno...
  • 18F year two: By the numbers

    | Greg Boone, Innovation Specialist
    Editor’s Note: This blog was originally posted on the 18F blog here.18F turns two years old on Saturday, and we thought we’d take the opportunity to reflect on how our organization has grown and progr...
  • Open Source Enables the Integrated Award Environment to Deliver Innovative Solutions

    | Ken Goldman, IAE Outreach and Stakeholder Manager
    Did you know the Integrated Award Environment (IAE) is now open source? It's true - IAE has joined other General Services Administration (GSA) programs and federal agencies in making the move from pro...
  • San Diego Summit Opens Doors to Technology Partnerships

    | Andrew McMahon, Pacific Rim Regional Administrator & Senior Technology Advisor
    On March 18, the U.S. General Services Administration will co-host the San Diego Summit on Emerging Digital Technology and Government as part of our work to bring new, emerging technology to the federal government. It will be a day of sharing what we...
  • Open Data: Empowering Americans to Make Data-Driven Decisions

    | Kristen Honey
    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: Thi...
  • Federal Workforce On Duty During Winter Storm

    | David Shive , GSA Chief Information Officer
    Last week’s winter storm pummelled the East Coast of the United States, leaving as much as 30 inches of snow across the region. Despite federal buildings being closed due to impassable roads and suspended mass transit, U.S. General Service...