The General Services Administration kicked off its annual training conference this year with a speech from GSA Administrator Martha Johnson and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Johnson said the General Services Administration has been pushing hard to become more sustainable, efficient and offer more valuable services within the federal government. She said federal workers are doing grade A work.
“We’re the A-team, we want to be on the A agenda doing the A work for this country,” Johnson said. She added that federal agencies will have to push even harder to be on the forefront of innovation and change.
Wozniak recounted his journey from a self-described nerdy, prank-prone elementary school student to the invention of the Apple computer and said it was small inventions that ended up changing the world.
“When you change one small piece, it changes how everything else works,” Wozniak said.