Accenture Launches Washington Studio to Help Govt Clients Design Citizen Engagement Tools

digital-governmentAn Accenture subsidiary has opened a facility in Washington in an effort to help federal government clients develop digital platforms designed to build up engagement with citizens and employees.

Accenture Federal Services will use the digital studio as a venue to collaborate with government customers as well as provide support on the development of digital strategies, experience design, digital marketing and agile product development functionalities, the company said Tuesday.

The AFS digital studio will feature the design and innovation team of Accenture Interactive's Fjord that will work to help federal clients create and implement digital services that seek to streamline citizens' interactions and experiences with government.

Accenture added the studio will also showcase platforms and capabilities from Accenture Interactive, Accenture Mobility and Accenture Analytics as part of the company's digital business.

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