Deloitte, Dcode to Further Develop Government Innovation Ecosystem; Mike Isman Quoted

Deloitte, Dcode to Further Develop Government Innovation Ecosystem; Mike Isman Quoted
Mike Isman Managing Director Deloitte Consulting

Deloitte and Dcode have renewed their partnership to help companies bring their technology platforms to federal agencies.

Deloitte facilitates teaming opportunities between government leaders and tech companies and Dcode helps companies enter into the federal market through its accelerator program, Deloitte said Tuesday.

"The emerging tech ecosystem can be a powerful source of innovation for government agencies,” said Mike Isman, managing director at Deloitte Consulting.

Isman said the company is excited to continue working with Dcode to help companies apply their tech offerings to government missions and bring transformative value to customers.

"If government contractors, systems integrators and other firms can get better commercial tech onto federal contracts then it will drive substantive government innovation in this shifting landscape," said Meagan Metzger, CEO of Dcode.

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