In this panel, we discuss how three organizations have reacted to COVID-19 in reimagining their business, especially through tech adoption and embracing rapid development such as agile or lean startup approaches.
Please join us on September 1, 2020. Digital Transformation has been seen as an essential ingredient for building a 21st-century business. Even though this has been known for over two decades, organizations are still struggling to reinvent themselves. However, COVID-19 had made this more of a necessity for survival than boardroom discussions. In this
AGL is honored to partner with Georgetown University in search of a Public Interest Technology Workforce Fellow to collaborate on our mission to support digital service professionals.
Video: Online discussion on Georgetown University’s State Software Collaborative hosted by AGL on 6/23/20
AGL hosted an online discussion on June 23rd with Georgetown University's State Software Collaborative with Robin Carnahan and Waldo Jaquith, both formerly of 18F.
AGL Special Presentation on 6/23: State Software Collaborative with Robin Carnahan and Waldo Jaquith
Please join us for a special online discussion with Robin Carnahan and Waldo Jaquith, co-founders of the State Software Collaborative, a project organized with Georgetown University’s Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation.
AGL will host a social hour and follow-up discussion to last week's AGL Live: "Agile Coaches on the Front Lines." The dialogue was so lively that we were not able to get to all of the questions. Please join us for a casual conversation with agile coaches working in government.
On March 26 at our monthly AGL All-Members call, agile coach Karen Bruns hosted a virtual open space discussion. Similar to an “unconference,” open space is participatory with the agenda, format and topics driven by the audience. The session demonstrated the potential of online conferences, considering the COVID-19 crisis that is keeping people physically separated.
More than ever, the federal government is focused on a compressive, evolving data strategy, including the approval of the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act of 2018, a law signed by the president a year ago. With unprecedented amounts of data sets coming out of departments, what should federal chief data officers do to get a handle on all the data? "Data governance," says FERC Chief Data Officer Kirsten Dalboe.
The natural connection between user-centered design and working iteratively is critical to staying on track in large government IT projects, according to two digital services experts who discussed the topic in a recent panel discussion. Caroline Smith, digital service expert at the U.S. Digital Service and Natalie Kurz, director of user experience at Flexion
At the AGL Summit last month, Ann Dunkin and Greg Godbout, who served together in the Obama Administration, talked about the history, culture, and future of the digital services movement. Ann currently serves as CIO for the County of Santa Clara. Previously, she served as CIO for the U.S. EPA. Greg currently serves as