The Computer History Museum Hosted the USDS Team in Its Speaker Series

Computer History Museum Image: computerhistory.org

Computer History Museum
Image: computerhistory.org

 

A veteran of computer programming, Craig Jensen leads Condusiv Technologies Corporation as chairman and founder. Craig Jensen has a passion for tech both in and outside of work. He is a supporter of the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

The Computer History Museum hosts a variety of events throughout the year. At the beginning of 2016, it led a speaker series that included visionaries such as Stephen Wolfram, creator of Wolfram Alpha, and Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook. In addition, representatives of the US Digital Service (USDS) educated attendees at a “revolutionaries” event titled, An Evening with the US Digital Service Team.

Founded in 2014, the USDS was established to fix the website healthcare.gov. The organization has since taken the reins to improve government websites and technology infrastructure. Their primary task is to make public websites consumer-friendly, while enhancing government technologies to reduce problems, thus saving taxpayers money.

During the January event, USDS leaders shared their personal experiences joining the team and their impact on redefining government technologies for the benefit of the public. They also discussed recruitment goals, including the hiring of exceptional tech talent to support the nation’s capital.

To learn more about the events occurring at the museum, visit www.computerhistory.org.

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