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Forum One is Not Your Typical Government Contractor

Forum One is not your typical government contractor.  We care deeply about the mission of the organizations we work with and the projects we work on. As a result, all of our government engagements are well-researched and aim to have a big impact on agencies’ missions and the communities they serve.  As context, about half of our work is for Government agencies, which allows Forum One to bring industry best practices to government. As part of our own mission, we focus exclusively on projects that are helping to improve the world.   As a result, we are pretty selective about who we choose to work with in government. And we get results! Forum One has an excellent reputation both in and out of government. Our average client engagement lasts for over six years, and  Forum One is regularly selected to build some of the most high-profile digital platforms across the government. We have an outstanding reputation for building beautiful, highly impactful government experiences.   Federal platforms that we have designed and/or built include: We have won many awards for our Federal websites, including Webby awards. Five of our government websites have just won a 2019 WebAward alone! Forum One’s team is not only excellent at our craft, but we also come from diverse backgrounds. Most of our staff have worked directly on the issues that our clients focus on, whether it is healthcare, education, international development, gender rights, social justice, human services, the environment or food security, among others. As a new fiscal year begins within government, we are excited about new project work and innovations in government, such as digital modernization, system design, and accessibility. Learn more about our Government Capabilities and take a look at Forum One’s GSA IT(70) Schedule. Also: we’re hiring! If Forum One’s approach to government contracting sounds appealing and intriguing, let’s talk.

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