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When government invests in smart technology and thoughtful design of services, millions of people stand to benefit for years to come. We are honored to be part of this work.
CivicActions Announces 24 DITAP Graduates from the Department of Veterans AffairsNews Release: July 19, 2021
Congratulations to the procurement staff from VA who recently completed the Digital IT Acquisition Professional (DITAP) program! We are proud to be the nation’s only small business fully certified to deliver this groundbreaking training to transform how government buys modern digital services.
GSA Engages CivicActions to Modernize VPAT to Improve Digital AccessibilityNews Release: July 8, 2021
By working with the General Services Administration (GSA) to create a modern, machine-readable format for the traditional Voluntary Digital Accessibility Template (VPAT), we are excited to be paving the way for making digital accessibility a meaningful part of IT procurement in government.
Department of Education Awards CivicActions 5-Year Contract to Advance Adult LiteracyNews Release: May 11, 2021
We are proud to continue our work with the Department of Education to modernize the online experience of thousands of educators and learners. Under the newly awarded 5-year contract, we will apply agile and human-centered processes to improve technology systems powering the adult education community.
NSF awards CivicActions $44M contract for CMS support and improvement of federal science research websiteNews Release: May 3, 2021
We are delighted to be continuing our partnership with the National Science Foundation through a newly awarded 5-year contract. Our research-based approach to the improvement of NSF’s website helps science researchers obtain funding for world-changing work.
Recommendations for a Federal Compliance LibraryFCW: March 22, 2021
To help federal agencies achieve security compliance faster, a systems-thinking approach is required. CivicActions Director of Federal Strategy Mary Lazzeri shows how a library of reusable components can save time and money on the ATO process.
Fixing government security compliance with rapid ATOFCW: February 4, 2021
The process to get an Authority to Operate is outdated and is causing security risks to the federal government. Director of Federal Strategy Mary Lazerri shows the way toward a modern and agile approach to ATO.
CivicActions named to 2021 GovTech 100 top government technology companies listNews Release: January 7, 2021
For the fifth year in a row, we’re honored to be listed among leading digital services firms serving state and local agencies during these unprecedented times — when modern and accessible government services matter more than ever.
Full story: 2021 GovTech 100 List
CivicActions expands accessibility capabilities with OpenConceptNews Release: November 9, 2020
With the acquisition of OpenConcept, an industry leader in web accessibility through open source, we are increasing our commitment and ability to create government digital services that are accessible to people of all abilities.
CivicActions certified to deliver DITAP training to federal acquisition professionalsNews Release: August 14, 2020
As an approved certified vendor of the Digital IT Acquisition Professional (DITAP) training, we are thrilled to be helping federal contracting officers learn how to effectively buy modern IT services that best serve government and the public in today’s digital world.
CivicActions wins $18M contract to migrate and redesign CMS websitesNews Release: March 3, 2020
We are excited to be working with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to provide user centered design, agile development, and open data to improve the online health care experience for millions of people.