General Services Administration
U.S. Digital Response appoints new interim CEO
Jessica Cole, a co-founder of the organization that formed in response to the pandemic, will succeed founding CEO Raylene Yung, who is joining the Biden administration.
Experts optimistic that AI could save government billions of hours through automation
By freeing workers from mundane tasks, officials and analysts say artificial intelligence could enable government to focus more closely on its mission.
California is first state to try for FedRAMP certification for cloud service
The state's IT department is hoping to earn the federal certification for its CalCloud service to show users it's committed to security.
Philly works with 18F to debut city Web analytics portal
One Philadelphia analyst forked code that the digital services agency posted on GitHub to develop a version of analytics.usa.gov for the city's government website.
GSA joins FCC to bring Wi-Fi to schools
The Federal Communications Commission plans to distribute billion in the next two years to modernize United States school's connectivity with Wi-Fi in a continuation of its E-Rate program. To do so, the commission entered a partnership with the General Services Administration to deliver on that goal using the agencies' purchasing power to reduce the cost of modernizing classrooms and libraries throughout the country.