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2016 GSA Staff Top Blogs

2016 GSA Staff Top Blogs

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Everyday, the General Services Administration’s Press Team works to share the message of the agency and how it delivers the best value in real estate, acquisitions and technology. Take a look at their favorite stories from 2016. The Future of...
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A look back at the last eight years

A look back at the last eight years

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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 GSA,...
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Facts about publishing open source code in government

Facts about publishing open source code in government

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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...
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FedRAMP Accelerated

FedRAMP Accelerated

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On Monday, the U.S. General Services Administration’s Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) brought together over 400 cloud services providers (CSPs), third party assessors (3PAOs), and federal officials at GSA’s headquarters and via livestream to unveil FedRAMP Accelerated, a new...
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Office of Evaluation Sciences accepting 2017 Fellowship applications

Office of Evaluation Sciences accepting 2017 Fellowship applications

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The Office of Evaluation Sciences (OES) is currently accepting applications for fellowships starting October 2017 in Washington, D.C.   These highly sought after fellowships offer up-and-coming professionals with exceptional skills the ability to learn the inner workings of the agency...
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GSA hosts 4th Hackathon in honor of Admiral Grace Hopper

GSA hosts 4th Hackathon in honor of Admiral Grace Hopper

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On December 9th, the General Services Administration (GSA) hosted a hackathon in honor of the computer programming pioneer, Admiral “Amazing Grace” Hopper. In the spirit of open technology and innovation, these events provide a platform to help the federal government...
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Federal agencies take citizen engagement to new level

Federal agencies take citizen engagement to new level

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The federal government has a long history of working directly with citizens to solve problems. That history, which has run parallel to our nation’s story since founding, should be celebrated and expanded by including citizens in the problem-solving process every...
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