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SOURCE U.S. General Services Administration
WASHINGTON, May 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 100 DC-area small business owners and representatives from across federal government got a firsthand look Friday at upcoming projects developed by 18F, the recently launched digital incubator at the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).
GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini welcomed attendees to the agency's 18F Demo Day and encouraged participants to challenge the status quo: "In a world where technology has radically changed how we live and work, we have to think about how we can improve every system we use to serve the American people. The simple truth is that if we can create better systems and processes, we will get better results. I'm proud that GSA is doing that in a variety of ways, including developing 18F."
18F developers and designers demonstrated how the team builds solutions, works with partners to provide additional expertise and needed core capacity, and consults on how to build and buy user-centric interfaces most effectively.
Projects Featured at Demo Day:
For more information on 18F, visit https://18f.gsa.gov.
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