To help facilitate agile awareness and networking in local government, AGL is launching the Agile Government Speaker Series.
Some features of an an agile government go beyond software development, like shared goals, equal participation, open communication, and readiness to adapt in order to serve citizens effectively.
With the rise of faster, agile-oriented programming methods, there are new ways to find and eradicate software bugs early and often.
Local gov techies say the key to keeping up with high public expectation is having the courage to embrace risk, push innovation, and fail fast in order to learn and improve.
A presentation on lessons learned in securing a spot in California's Agile Development Prequalified vendor pool, and how other firms can navigate the process successfully to provide agile services to government.
Executives in government can now access a free, self-directed, online course that provides a high-level view of how agile methods can be used to achieve the strategic goals of an agency, and how leaders can facilitate agile in their organizations.
You may have to experiment to discover the best application of the agile framework for your agency, but that doesn’t mean the framework itself goes out the window.
Procuring agile services is more akin to envisioning a fully prepared meal rather than a shopping list of ingredients.
A mobile voting app in Collin County, developed in a single sprint by the county's GIS team, has garnered national attention and changed the citizen voting experience.
The City of Boston has exemplified the principles of agile, open, user-centric development in building their new website by seeking citizen feedback every step of the way and releasing the source code for the website.