“The Food and Drug Administration is teaming up with the General Services Administration’s Centers of Excellence to improve the quality of technology and processes used by FDA employees.”
“On Thursday, the CoE announced the new partnership with FDA’s Office of Information Management and Technology to ‘strengthen an inclusive culture of employee engagement to drive the FDA’s technology modernization efforts…’”
“According to the release, FDA IT leaders will work with the CoE in a ‘people-centered partnership’ focused on improving the user experience for agency employees ‘in ways that directly aid the FDA’s broad regulatory responsibilities.’”
“’The Centers of Excellence is partnering with the FDA to support its IT community and accelerate the modernization of core capabilities,’ said Anil Cheriyan, director of GSA’s Technology Transformation Service, which manages the CoE program. ‘We’re bringing the best talent from within the federal government and the private sector together to collaborate and drive the next generation of customer-centric results at OIMT.’”
“FDA is the ninth federal agency to sign up to work with the centers, and the fourth to join the program in 2020…” Read the full article here.
Source: Centers of Excellence Team With Another Health Agency Amid Pandemic – By Aaron Boyd, May 7, 2020. Nextgov.