In government, you can still find out-of-date tech practices like writing requirements for years or launching systems without monitoring. The government wants more effective technology. Meanwhile, everyone else wants a more effective government. Matt Cutts discusses how better technology can improve not just software systems but also trust in government itself.
Matt Cutts is acting administrator and distinguished engineer at the US Digital Service, which delivers better government services through technology and design. Previously, Matt worked at Google, where he wrote the first version of SafeSearch, Google’s family filter, and led the webspam team, where he protected the quality of Google’s search results and answered questions about search engine optimization and ranking algorithms.
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