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Accenture enters the digital studio to infuse AI, rapid prototyping solutions

Carten Cordell
Accenture enters the digital studio to infuse AI, rapid prototyping solutions

Somewhere in the government, there is a federal employee performing a labor-intensive, time-consuming task centered on paper-based operations. Enter Accenture Federal Digital Studio, which has been tasked with bringing individualized innovation since 2016, but officially reopened Tuesday, doubling its office space to meet agency demand for design-specific solutions and emerging technology capabilities. The 20,000-square-foot studio is located at 1201 New York Ave. NW in D.C. operates as a human-centered design lab where designers, developers and data scientists help federal agencies deliver on their mission through solutions crafted specifically for the user.   “Until recently, the idea of services, was not something that people were really talking about,” said Randy Rodriguez, digital group design director for Accenture’s Fjord Design and Innovation.