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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.

 

Creating communities of practice among grantees of the Administration for Native Americans.
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Piloting various processes to improve internal communications and stay better connected to Regional stakeholder needs.
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Reducing time and saving money by creating an online entry system for several FOIA requesters.
Creating a sustainable collaborative approach for delivery of meaningful resources and support to Head Start and Child Care Grantees.
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Testing a new technology and approach to understanding user-behavior for improved digital communications.
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Designing and testing a user-interface for x-ray technicians in rural Africa.
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Encouraging further research at the intersection of genetics and public health.
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Exploring how to improve the Teen Pregnancy Prevention grantee experience across three federal Agencies (CDC, OASH, and ACF).
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Improving access to health and healing at Phoenix Indian Medical Center (PIMC).
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Capturing energy consumption data from a sample of NIH laboratories.
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Content last reviewed on October 17, 2018