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GSA’s 18F Hub Forms Digital Economy Practice

digital governmentThe consulting arm of the General Services Administration‘s 18F has unveiled a new digital economy practice as the group works to align its subject and digital knowledge in support of efforts to address broad economic policy goals.

Jay Finch and Chris Cairns wrote in an entry posted Wednesday that the practice will work with agencies to utilize digital products and services to meet their goals for economic policy initiatives.

Competencies under the digital economy practice cover the areas of people and organization, design and product, technology and data, and acquisition and procurement.

18F will provide business and technical support to help agencies work toward their goals, Finch and Cairns said.

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