2020 Federal Customer Experience Journey Mapping Projects
Re-orienting how we think about public service delivery
Imagine if the U.S. government understood how each of its services were part of a broader customer journey. How might federal agencies change their approach or better work together? How might citizens think differently about those services and their overall experience with government?
Our hypothesis is that a human-centered perspective can yield better results. We are building off our first pilot project of a more deliberately coordinated inter-agency research effort to understand how customers during a life experience navigate across multiple Federal agencies and even levels of government. This can help to identify moments or opportunities that are most meaningful to actual people to improve.
During the Summer and Fall of 2020, we are interviewing customers and developing two journey maps: one of an individual that survives a natural disaster, the other of an individual with a developmental disability.
Who’s doing the work?
A cross-government team, brought together as part of the Improving Customer Experience with Federal Services CAP goal (co-owned by the Office of Management and Budget and the Department of Veterans Affairs) will be conducting this effort. We have collaborating partners from multiple Federal agencies:
Social Security Administration
Department of Labor
Department of Health & Human Services
Department of Education
Department of Homeland Security
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Small Business Administration
Office of Personnel Management
Department of Agriculture
General Services Administration
United States Office of Management and Budget
How will we do the work?
We aim to share what we learn as we learn it. We’ll use this page to post project updates, findings, and the resources we used. To learn more about the methods and process that is being implemented, see here: