Federal innovators are a special breed, defying stereotypes and tradition to chart new paths within government. We see their influence all around us. It took creativity to engineer a government from scratch in 1789 and a leap of faith to build the first .gov website. But aside from the grandest of ventures, the federal innovator sees opportunity in every process, product, and experience.
While there are many tools of innovation, mindset is essential. The federal innovator sees things differently, devising solutions in the most challenging situations. The Manifesto of Federal Innovators captures this way of thinking. Part guide, part proclamation, it’s designed for those dedicated to making the government work better.