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.
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.
On January 16, leaders in modern procurement will discuss lessons (many learned the hard way) about specific deliverables and metrics to track the success of work on modular contracts.
Public sector innovators and bureaucracy hackers discuss challenges and lessons learned in applying agile principles to government contracts.
Government and industry practitioners addressed the challenges of bringing good user experience (UX) to the public sector during a recent AGL Live panel discussion. Watch the video!
Discover what’s causing communication and talent gaps in the procurement of UX services — and how agencies and contractors can start working together to solve the puzzle of government user experience.
Local government panelists explain how they make the most of limited resources to adopt their own scrappy versions of agile and transform agency missions.
Leaders in government IT security with practical DevSecOps experience will discuss creative solutions to the problems agencies are trying to solve in the quest to balance automation, security, and compliance.
Coming from the front lines of change-making at agencies from Santa Clara to D.C., government leaders share their recommendations for creatively responding to the obstacles that can impede government transformation.
Raphy Villas of 18F and John Felleman of GSA discuss how they used agile methods to produce a tool that worked for users by iterating frequently and listening to feedback.