AGL plans free online conference for learning and discussion around agile in government

 

AgileGovConAGL is holding a free, virtual mini-conference dedicated to the adoption of agile methods in government. The event will be held June 1 at 10amPT / 1pm ET.

Topics will include cultural transformation, agile in local government, modern procurement, user centered design, DevOps, and more.

Participants will have access to:

  • Lightning talks by agile government practitioners
  • Panel discussions on agile culture and practices
  • Live video chat with speakers and attendees
  • Real-time discussion and Q&A in Slack

“The idea is to encourage participation, discussion, and collaboration within the agile government community,” said Elizabeth Raley, Director of Professional Services at CivicActions and a member of AGL who will moderate the event. “We are using several online tools in tandem to make sure attendees leave with practical information and valuable connections.”

Speakers include:

  • Ann Dunkin, CIO for the County of Santa Clara
  • Chris Cairns, Co-Founder of 18F
  • Jesse Taggert, Experience Design Leader for Child Welfare Digital Services in California
  • Kendra Skeene, Director of Product for GeorgiaGov Interactive
  • Robert L. Read, Co-founder of 18F
  • Raphy Villas, Transformation Lead for U.S. Dept. of Labor

Space is limited to 500 participants. Register at: http://www.agilegovleaders.org/conference/.

2017-05-15T15:09:13+00:00 May 15th, 2017|Categories: Agile government, AGL News, Events|

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