Skip to main content
U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government

Dot gov

The .gov means it’s official.
Federal government websites often end in .gov or .mil. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site.

Https

The site is secure.
The https:// ensures that you are connecting to the official website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted securely.

TTS Handbook

A collection of guides and policies to help you with your work.

  1. Welcome to TTS

    Here's what you need to know in your first week.

    1. Welcome
    2. Onboarding schedule
    3. Logging in
    4. Equipment
    5. Networks
    6. Benefits
    7. Development and training
    8. Online Learning University (OLU)
    9. Travel 101
    10. GitHub 101
  2. About TTS

    Technology Transformation Services (TTS) applies modern methodologies and technologies to improve the public’s experience with government by helping agencies make their services more accessible, efficient, and effective. Below is more information on both general TTS policies and the individual offices within TTS.

    General information and resources

        Who we are

      1. TTS Code of Conduct
      2. TTS mission, history, and values
      3. TTS org chart
      4. General contacts and listservs
      5. Working groups and guilds

        1. Diversity at TTS
        2. Accessibility
      6. Glossary
      7. Records management
      8. Washington, D.C. Office

        Travel and leave

      1. Travel guide (table of contents)

        Tech

      1. FITARA
      2. Requirements for passwords
      3. Security incidents
      4. Sensitive information

        Employee resources

      1. Conferences, events, and training
      2. Emergency procedures
      3. Employee assistance program
      4. Employment verification
      5. Hiring authorities
      6. Overtime and comp time
      7. Performance management
      8. Purchase requests

        1. Software under $10,000
        2. Procurements over $10,000
      9. Resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals
      10. Telework guidance

        1. Virtual work and moving
      11. Transit benefit

        Hiring, staying, or changing jobs

      1. Hiring
      2. TTSJobs
      3. Term extensions
      4. Assignments and details
      5. Promotions
      6. Leaving TTS

    Software and tools

    1. GSA internal tools
    2. AnyConnect (VPN client)
    3. DocuSign (digital signatures; replaced eSign)
    4. Federalist (publishing platform)
    5. GitHub (code repos and versioning)
    6. Gmail
    7. Google Analytics
    8. Google Calendar
    9. Google Drive
    10. Google Groups
    11. Google Meet (video conferencing)
    12. Meetings and meeting tools
    13. Microsoft Office for OS X
    14. Mural.ly (collaborative whiteboard tool)
    15. Sketch
    16. Slack (chat client)
    17. Text editors
    18. Tock (time tracking)
    19. Trello (task and project management)
    20. VMware Fusion (hypervisor)
    21. VMware Horizon (virtual desktop client)
    22. Zoom (video conferencing)
  3. TTS Offices

    We’re all one family at TTS, but each office has its own norms and practices.

    TTS Office of Operations

        Business Operations

      1. Ops
      2. Agreements

        1. State and local agreements
      3. Technology Portfolio

        Talent team

      1. Talent
      2. Federal resume guide
      3. Refer a person
      4. Internal TTS Opportunities
      5. Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) Clearance

        Outreach

      1. Outreach

    TTS Office of Acquisition

    1. Overview of OA
    2. OA Operational Guidance

    18F

        About 18F

      1. 18F history and values
      2. 18F org chart

        How we work

      1. How we relate to partners
      2. How we collaborate
      3. Time tracking and billing
      4. How we staff projects

        18F chapters

        Account management

      1. Acquisition
      2. Design
      3. Engineering
      4. Product
      5. Strategy

        18F labs

      1. Writing Lab
      2. Design Lab
      3. Dev Lab

        18F locations

      1. Distributed
      2. Chicago
      3. New York City
      4. San Francisco
      5. Washington, D.C.

        18F platforms

      1. Cloud.gov

        18F team resources

      1. Before you ship
      2. Blogging
      3. Doing research at 18F
      4. Leading projects
      5. One-on-ones
      6. Open source policy
      7. Out of office expectations
      8. Performance Plan (FY19)
      9. Working on an acquisition engagement

        1. Acquisition engagement types
        2. Acquisition engagement glossary

    Office of Products and Programs (OPP)

        About OPP

      1. Overview of OPP
      2. OPP history
      3. OPP org chart

        Portfolios

      1. Data
      2. Innovation
      3. Public Experience
      4. Smarter IT
      5. Secure Cloud
      6. 10x

    Centers of Excellence (CoE)

    1. Overview of CoE
    2. CoE Website

    Presidential Innovation Fellows (PIF)

    1. PIF Website