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.
Staffed by 50 new positions and with a budget of $36 million, the new office will aim to make the delivery of government services more efficient, starting with the Department of Motor Vehicles and its "significant customer service challenges."
Luke Fretwell sets the context for the past and present of government digital services — and offers imperatives for the future.
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The TechFAR Hub has continued to expand its offerings to include custom tools, learning center, initiatives, and more.
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This transition will be part of the collaborative efforts of Australian Public Service Commission and the Digital Transformation Agency to roll out digital capability initiatives, including “quality assured training to develop digital specialist skills”.
Baltimore CIO Frank Johnson has responded to the mayor's call for an investment and focus in tech by leading the formation of an inclusive IT strategic plan -- a digital transformation plan to closely reflect and guide the city’s mission.
A group of agile, non-traditional IT contractors in the federal space have formed a support group to help foster collaboration and openness as they seek government work.
Leaders from federal and local agencies will participate in an online panel discussion, "Practical Advice for Government Transformation," hosted by AGL.