AGL establishes non-profit association to serve government innovation community

Agile Government Leadership (AGL), which was formed as a community based organization in 2014 to bring applied agile practices to government, has launched a non-profit association to serve the public sector and accelerate the transformation and modernization of government programs and culture.

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Agile government meetup in Sacramento | 2017

The AGL community has grown to include nearly one thousand federal, state and local government technology professionals, private sector representatives, and civic activists across the United States and the world. A Board of Directors has been formed to help AGL reach more government agencies with resources and guidance for adopting innovative practices.

“We are excited to take AGL to the next level,” said Aaron Pava, co-founder of AGL and Executive Director of the nonprofit. “As more agencies are practicing agile and actively working to deliver better digital services, AGL seeks to connect the dots between them by fostering openness and the sharing of government innovation best practices.”

Learn more: AGL Establishes Non-Profit Association to Serve Government Innovation Community | Medium

2018-05-29T10:31:52-08:00 May 29th, 2018|Categories: Agile government, AGL News|Tags: , , , , |

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