Commerce wants public help with digital strategy

The Commerce Department wants the public's help to pick two projects from among several it is considering as part of the Federal Digital Strategy.

“The Department of Commerce has identified two areas that are ripe for improvement and several platforms within each that could be updated: [Application Programming Interfaces] and mobile-optimization,” reads an announcement on the Commerce Department's blog.

The department asks for opinions to help it decide which two items it will commit to completing. There isn't much time though: The deadline for agencies to implement at least two digital tools or technologies is August 23.

Click here to see the details and comment.

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