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The GSA Office of the CTO utilizes collaborative practices and modern IT tools to facilitate a new GSA.
Our Tech Guides are brief, targeted guidance documents on a variety of topics. They are designed for quick, easy reference.
See the Guides
Our playbooks are comprehensive guides on a technical topic, describing both overarching strategy and tactical approaches.
See the Playbooks
A couple of times each month, the Office of the CTO hosts live talks on technology topics, presented by experts from across GSA.
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