Internal Innovation 

/inˈtərnl ˌinəˈvāSH(ə)n/

noun 

Internal innovation refers to the intentional fostering of out-of-the-box thinking within corporate environments.

We design custom solutions to unlock the potential of our clients. Whether it’s through intense short-term workshops or through longer engagements, we use evidence-based methods to push teams out of their comfort zones to develop improved solutions for their organization.

VAiNet

FedTech works with the VAiNet Spark-Seed-Spread Innovation Investment Program to empower VHA employees to design innovative solutions for Veterans in a space outside of the typical workplace. During this intrapreneurial program, the FedTech team educates participants on lean startup methodology, customer discovery, and human centered design.

DISA

FedTech works with Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to shape a more intrapreneurial environment, to provide command and control capabilities and enterprise infrastructure to support joint warfighters and National leaders. FedTech uses lean startup methodologies, allowing the DISA workforce to fail fast and reduce risks through rapid experimentations to deliver customer-focused solutions.

MITRE

FedTech has partnered with MITRE, a manager of federally-funded R&D centers, to train its researchers in the customer discovery and business model building process. The goal of the partnership is to inform future product development and research decisions of MITREs researchers.  

NASA Academy 

NASA Academy, built by FedTech, is for NASA researchers to maximize the potential of their commercial inventions. We strive to shrink the gap between the center where the technology is created and the stakeholder. Researchers conduct discovery interviews, build a business plan, and generally focus on the broader ecosystem related to the transition of their technology.

DOD Elevate

Sponsored by the OUSD (R&E) Defense Laboratories Office, Elevate is a training series designed to grow the capability of DoD lab personnel to interact with industry, non-traditional partners and the venture community. The goal is to strengthen the connection between DoD labs and partners to more effectively transition technologies to the warfighter and commercial markets.​