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GSA Seeks New Tech Transformation Service Commissioner

GSAThe General Services Administration has begun its search for a new Technology Transformation Service commissioner who will work to manage the organization and the agencies it supports.

GSA said Monday the new commissioner will lead efforts to help agencies develop, purchase and share technologies designed to serve the public and contribute to the government’s digital transformation.

“Improving technology services is one of the federal government’s biggest shared challenges,” said Denise Turner Roth, GSA administrator.

She added that the TTS commissioner is key to the organization’s mission to provide the public secure, user-centered and accessible technology.

TTS supports various agency programs including the Presidential Innovation Fellows18FFederal Risk and Authorization Management ProgramUSA.gov, GobiernoUSA.gov and kids.gov, as well as a governmentwide call center.

Data.govChallenge.gov, the Digital Analytics Program and Cloud.gov are among the platforms under TTS.

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