Former Google engineer to lead USDS in interim
Matt Cutts, now the director of engineering at the U.S. Digital Service, has resigned from Google to remain in government and is now poised to be the team’s acting administrator, he said in a blog post Wednesday.
USDS launches TechFAR Hub tool for digital acquisitions
The White House's U.S. Digital Service created a collection of new online educational resources and tools to help agencies with their digital acquisitions.
USDS execs: Americans expect Uber-like government
The federal government's struggle to provide effective citizen-facing IT services for the past few decades, culminating in the disastrous rollout of Healthcare.gov in 2013, is rooted in its inability to match the pace of technology evolution Americans have come to expect in the private sector, a group of digital government experts said Thursday.
3 things we learned from the USDS Medium interview
USDS Administrator Mikey Dickerson and Deputy Administrator Haley Van Dyck talked about where USDS has been and where it is headed in a wide-ranging interview
White House lays out plans to improve immigration IT systems
The White House and its U.S. Digital Service team are doubling down on the digital streamlining and modernization of the American immigration system.