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1776 Podcast: GSA’s Tech Initiatives Improving Government

Clare Bennett

Associate Editor, 1776

Government is emerging as a driving force for creative collaboration. The federal government has invested in technology and talent to create new spaces for pioneers to explore and innovate in their fields.

The General Service Administration is a federal agency almost 70-years-old. As the administrative backbone of the federal government, it handles everything from buying paper clips to buying airplanes. Don’t let the GSA’s age mislead you — the agency has become a leader in integrating emerging technologies into federal government and facilitating creative spaces for entrepreneurial collaboration. 

GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth recently joined us on the 1776 Podcast to talk about acting as the interface for innovation in between the public and private sectors.

You can also download the episode on 1776’s Soundcloud.

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Clare Bennett

Associate Editor, 1776

As Associate Editor, Clare plans and publishes content across media channels to enhance the 1776 experience for its audiences. She believes in the power of data-driven content strategy to share…

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