Greg Elin, CEO of GovReady and former FCC Chief Data Officer, will speak on "The Future of Government Security and Automated Compliance" at HackerLab in Sacramento on September 25.
Recent efforts by state and local governments to modernize IT procurement aim to "respect the intention behind traditional buying rules while supporting more modern service delivery."
An IT modernization report issued by the White House’s American Technology Council and Office of American Innovation suggests agencies channel funds away from legacy systems to modern technologies and agile practices.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation is looking to save on IT spending and shift funds back into the agency through cloud optimization, agile methods, and automated testing.
IT leaders from DHS, SSA, CIA, and and GSA discuss DevOps progress and best practices in this live panel discussion aired by Federal News Radio.
As digital modernization becomes ever more important to citizen outcomes, agencies must embrace open source and innovative ways of procuring services.
The transformation includes a new operating model that will see the agency work in a different way, touted as one with a more simplistic operating model with "less bureaucracy and more accountability".
Modernizing legacy systems is the key to empowering public sector agencies to be agile and user-focused. Here are some signs that your agency might be bogged down by aging IT systems.
CIO Review: ‘Resilient Oakland launches civic design lab to embed systems thinking and agile government’
The City of Oakland has launched a Civic Design Lab (CDL), a dedicated program that brings together people, process, and policy to reimagine and redesign local government. The team is employing a project-based, user-focused approach to solving municipal problems.
The Agile community has come up with some extensions to Pure Agile, such as Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) or, when Agile is applied on an enterprise level, the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).