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ITCC uses knowledge and tools – developed through our work over the
past decade with thousands of HHS leaders, academic partners and industry experts – to enable you to achieve 21st Century standards and practices.

InterOptimability is a unique methodology designed to build competencies to meet the demands of an increasingly complex and interconnected field.
Think of it as
“Interoperability + Optimization = InterOptimability”.

Watch the first of three introductory videos that describe how ITCC can help accelerate your readiness for change – and learn how you can use its state-of-the-art, web-based platform to provide “training on demand.”

Prepare your workforce for the
revolutionary changes happening in
health and human services today.

Watch our three part video series introducing ITCC now

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  • “The County of San Diego's Health and Human Services Agency has admired the work of the Stewards of Change and participated in their annual summits for the past several years. Their visionary concept of InterOptimability aligns with the approach we have taken to design and build ConnectWellSD - a new technology and surrounding practices to operationalize Live Well San Diego, our strategic vision to promote healthy, safe, and thriving individuals and communities. Stewards of Change truly understands where we want to go, and they can help any organization’s progress towards building a person-centered, technology enabled service delivery system.”

    Nick Macchione Agency Director, Health and Human Services Agency, San Diego California
  • “Stewards of Change was the principal contractor on the ACF HHS interoperability Initiative. SOC consistently exceeded my expectations as they developed close working relationships with other federal agencies, quickly vetted the project with state leaders and academic partners, and supported developing a business and architectural framework. They contributed greatly to advancing the goals of our initiative.”

    David Jenkins Director, Division of Information Resources Management and Security, Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services (retired)
  • “SOC's exceptional training and technical expertise enabled us to streamline the buy-in process and implement our client-centered Service Integration Policy”

    Uma Ahluwalia Director, Montgomery County, MD, Department of Health and Human Services

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