Watch the first in a series of videos from the conference held on Nov. 7 in Washington, D.C. that featured more than 30 speakers. See event photos here: https://www.agilegovleaders.org/summit_east_2019/
AGL Summit to feature 30+ government executives and digital service experts on Nov. 7 in Washington DC
The AGL Summit on Nov. 7 in Washington, D.C. will feature presentations from more than 30 government executives and digital service experts from federal, state and local government and the technology industry.
A panel of UX practitioners working in government discusses the value of engaging users to create better services, and how the public sector can take steps to prioritize UX activities in projects.
At AGL Summit on November 7 in Washington D.C., innovative acquisition strategists will discuss their experiences and share lessons learned in re-tooling the procurement process to be more collaborative and agile.
This is an ideal time to get plugged into a nationwide network of like-minded individuals who are all working towards the same goal of transforming government -- and committed to helping each other get there.
Robin Thottungal was recently elected to serve on the Board of the AGL Association, representing the public sector. Prior to his current role at the National Gallery of Art, Robin led data analytics and lean transformation at the Environmental Protection Agency.
AGL's online course for Product Owners in government is featured in Apolitical's Data and Digital Directory, which lists 100 places for public servants to learn for free.
A collective of tech and design firms are pledging to help each other and bring better services to government through a non-traditional set of agile values, different than those typically seen in the government IT marketplace.
Experienced leaders of agile government projects explain how to choose the right approach for your team size and project type — starting with a beginner-level overview of each framework.
Drawing on their combined experience with innovation efforts in federal, local, and nonprofit civic organizations, a panel of government practitioners at AGL Summit discussed key elements for leading change in the risk-averse public sector.