AGLA year ago, we released the Agile Government Handbook, an evolving collection of resources, checklists, and other reference tools for public servants — both those new to Agile and those looking to refine their process. The goal has been to provide awareness and training around the context of Agile in government. You can still view the Handbook online, of course, but now you can also download or print it for meetings or handy reference at your desk.

This is a community project and we invite your contributions and suggestions! Look for the buttons to share ideas or updates to make the Handbook even better.

>> Go to the Agile Government Handbook