Website will showcase how digital design can enhance government missions

HERNDON, Va. (April 19, 2018) - DLT Solutions, a technology solution provider to the public sector, today announced that it would be a sponsor of a new premiere online publication focused on digital design for federal, state and local agencies.

The publication, GovDesignHub, launched on April 10 and features independent expert commentary, case studies, industry insight, and news about how digital design drives advancements and creates new solutions to some of the most intractable challenges facing government today.

“Many government organizations are applying creative and innovative approaches to using technology to help address their most pressing needs—from 3D building design to energy audits and advanced manufacturing,” said Kirk Fisher, vice president of digital design at DLT Solutions. “By showcasing many of these projects and the technology used to support them, GovDesignHub will deliver content to help government organizations accomplish their missions.”

Along with written commentary, the site will have podcast and video content categorized by topic, such as architecture, engineering and construction, and manufacturing. Upcoming features will focus on the military uses of 3D technology, how to prioritize public works projects, and the evolution of design, among others.

Initial site contributors include Lynn Allen, an expert with more than two decades of experience in computer-aided design. In addition to authoring articles for GovDesignHub, Allen will also be hosting a webinar on May 1, 2018 and conducting a live event on May 8, 2018 in partnership with DLT and Autodesk.

“With global population growth expected to increase by 30 percent by 2050, governments must embrace technologies that can address critical infrastructure gaps now and prepare for the future,” said Allen. “But agencies need insights and resources that can help them harness this technology. This much-needed site will provide content that enables agencies to gain confidence in their infrastructure projects and stay ahead of the curve.”