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Ignite Accelerator Projects

The HHS Ignite Accelerator is an internal innovation startup program for staff within the Department that want to improve the way their program, office, or agency works. The program provides selected teams methodological coaching and technical guidance within a fast-paced, entrepreneurial framework.

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Let Your Ideas Take Off

The Ignite Accelerator supports projects that will help the Department to deliver on its mission. Learn more.

 

Facilitating the strategic and effective management of complex tasks, deadlines, and staff assignments for NIH grant review.
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Empowering HHS staff to speak with their audience when creating public resources.
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Coordinating resources for health and human service organizations using HHS training & technical assistance resources.
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Testing the use capillary electrophoresis and mass spectrometry to test food quality at Puerto Rican ports.
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Piloting new processes for receiving non-urgent patients in the Emergency Room of the Whiteriver Indian Hospital in the White Mountains of Arizona.
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Using data to galvanize HHS resources to prevent and end human trafficking and modern slavery.
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Preventing opioid overdose by linking heroin users to life-saving resources and information.
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Linking data from past device recalls during the FDA medical review process.
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Going lean to understand staff training needs.
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Improving internal processes for moving inventions made by government researchers to market.
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Content last reviewed on October 17, 2018