In the latest AGL Live panel discussion, leaders of change in government organizations shared tips on bridging silos and spanning boundaries for lasting transformation.
The inevitability of government modernization has brought a moment of opportunity for everyone who wants to be part of delivering better digital services -- and the AGL Summit will fuel conversations on this topic.
AGL Summit, which is set for May 23 in Sacramento, was mentioned in a Techwire article outlining the event's speaker lineup and agenda, centered around government digital services, agile practices, modern procurement, and similar topics.
AGL was mentioned in a Government Technology article contributed by user experience expert Jesse Taggert, highlighting the value of a "start-small" approach to improving public sector IT.
In the latest AGL Live panel discussion, leaders in civic innovation and large-scale modernization efforts discussed how government can learn to fail smarter and pivot quickly for better outcomes.
“I saw how deeply the agency staff cared about their missions and that they were willing to change things for the better, if someone gave them the slightest opportunity.”
The California Department of Technology (CDT) on Wednesday issued a new statewide policy on open data to encourage transparency and provide guidance for state staff who publish data sets.
AGL + Code California hosted Chaeny Emanavin, Director of California CHHS Office of Innovation, and Angie Quirarte, Assistant Secretary for Digital Engagement at California GovOps, for a town hall-style talk with audience questions.
Last week at AGL Live, leaders in modern procurement discussed challenges, lessons learned, and practical advice for measuring the success of work done on agile contracts.
Last month at an innovation conference in Sacramento, a government executive sat on stage and qualified a reference to "agile" with "dare I say it," implying the term has sometimes been overused, confusing or misapplied in the public sector.