Projects

Presidential Innovation Fellows work on a wide variety of projects during their twelve-month tenure, resulting in multiple opportunities to serve citizens through far reaching or hyper-focused efforts. Projects can be solely focused on supporting agencies and/or delivering technology that has a cross-agency impact on the federal government.
The program is currently recruiting for a Fall 2018 cohort to continue this work. Potential new projects include:

  • How might we dramatically improve health outcomes by creating the world's largest research cohort through the All of Us Research Program at the National Institutes of Health? More Detail
  • How might we help the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs deliver better experiences to our nation’s veterans? More Detail
  • How might we help the U.S. Department of Agriculture deliver better end-to-end services to its customers? More Detail
  • How might we help the Department of Transportation leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to make our cities and transportation systems safer? More Detail
  • How might the Department of Defense better collaborate with startups? More Detail
  • How might we help the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors better counter global disinformation and become more data-driven? More Detail
  • How might we help the Department of Commerce create jobs and economic impact by leveraging our federal investments in research and development? More Detail
  • How might we help U.S. Department of State better execute on policy priorities? More Detail
  • How might we help the Millenium Challenge Corporation continue to lead the fight against global poverty by empowering partner governments to better leverage data and technology? More Detail
  • How might we help the USMC modernize all areas of logistics: people, process and technology? More Detail
  • How might we help the Department of Veteran Affairs deliver more user-centered services and care? More Detail
  • How can a new Chief Data Officer (CDO) help the U.S. Department of State become more data-driven? More Detail