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We help teams understand and apply emerging technology to government services for IT modernization.


Collaborating across government, business and academia for solutions.


Practical innovations in AI, Robotic Automation, Blockchain and more.


Join more than 300 participating federal, state and local programs.

How we'll work with you


We work by request with agencies and businesses to support their evaluation and implementation of emerging technologies for government services.


We apply findings from our consultations to get ahead of trends by building collaborative networks across government silos to improve outcomes and reduce duplication of effort.


Using data and experiences from collaborative initiatives we support and inform the development of policy, shared resources and services that empower federal agencies to achieve more effective and efficient IT modernization.

We're helping over +300 federal, state, and local agencies

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Launched in October 2016, the U.S. General Services Administration's Emerging Citizen Technology Office is dedicated to working collaboratively across government, industry and academia to help programs take advantage of emerging technology innovations to improve public services today.

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