- To examine the roles of 18F and US Digital Service (USDS) in providing IT services to federal agencies and to evaluate how closely they adhere to their original purpose.
- To explore how they protect against overlap and duplication, measure results, and interact with agency CIOs.
- In March 2014, General Services Administration announced the creation of a new digital government program called 18F to “make the government’s digital services simple, effective, and easier to use for the American people.”
- In August 2014, the White House announced the creation of USDS with a mission “to improve and simplify the digital experience that people and businesses have with their government.”
Witnesses and testimonies
|Mr. Mikey Dickerson||Administrator||U.S. Digital Service||Document|
|Ms. Phaedra S. Chrousos||Commissioner of Technology Transformation Service||Government Services Administration||Document|
|Mr. David Powner||Director, IT Management Issues||U.S. Government Accountability Office||Document|
|Mr. A.R. "Trey" Hodgkins||Senior Vice President, Public Sector||Information Technology Alliance for Public Sector||Document|
|Mr. David LeDuc||Senior Director, Public Policy||Software & Information Industry Association||Document|