Nextgov: GSA’s 10x Offers Seed Funding to Develop Feds’ Tech Ideas


“Federal employees working in the trenches day in and day out have lots of ideas about how to make their agencies and programs better—and some of those ideas are really good.”

“10x was born out of a concept called “The Great Pitch,” which started as a single-day event in 2015 hosted by GSA’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, which would later become TTS. That event evolved into a rolling program designed to give quick investment determinations—usually within a month—and resulted in successful programs like, and the U.S. Web Design Standards.”

“Now, the four-phase program is in full swing, with officials actively asking federal employees to send any and all ideas that would use technology…” Read the full article here. 

Source: GSA’s 10x Offers Seed Funding To Develop Feds’ Tech Ideas – By Aaron Boyd, March 25, 2019. Nextgov.


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