Agile innovation requires collaboration and trust between agencies and their creative suppliers of digital products.
A paper based on interviews with CTOs and digital service innovators in the U.S. federal government, highlighting the elements that lead to innovations in digital service delivery.
An online event designed to encourage participation, discussion, and collaboration within the agile government community.
Selling technology to government is difficult. But Government Technology reports that a group of investors, public IT officials, and others with experience in gov tech gathered at TiECon 2017 in Santa Clara to break down some ways to do it successfully. Some of the advice given to agile firms who want to sell to government: solve
Innovation groups within the White House, such as the U.S. Digital Service (USDS), are looking to build on IT modernization momentum and reverse recent backsliding.
While agile methods are definitely gaining momentum in government, it seems there is still some way to go before it becomes mainstream in the public sector.
Agencies should invest in agile, cloud-based IT infrastructure in order to reap the benefits of reduced IT enterprise costs and improved digital service delivery, according to an interview by FedScoop.
With a DevOps approach, the creation of compliance and security content can happen alongside development, involving input from many different stakeholders.
Providing a strategic framework for agile adoption for the entire agency will help the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services better address the agency’s changing IT needs in the evolving health care environment.
GCN reports on a preliminary survey released by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers and consulting firm Accenture, which shows the positive results state CIOs are seeing from agile methods.