Buying Design + Technology Services

Many government agencies work with third-party vendors in order to deliver services and digital systems, but careful consideration must be paid to include human-centered processes and use flexible software that won’t quickly become outdated. 

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When building a staff for a health and human services agency, most leaders are naturally focused on case workers, policy and legal experts, and other positions that concentrate on serving constituents. Agency leaders are tasked with deciding which services to prioritize, selecting vendors, and managing vendor relationships, all while continuing to deliver public benefits.

The resources on this page are meant to help agency leaders facilitate vendor scope to achieve dignified digital services that are built with guidance from the people who use and deliver them, and continuously improved over time. Here, find details about and considerations for procuring, contracting, and managing third-party vendors, as well as the steps to take in order to develop design and technology capacities within your own agency. 

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