The next generation of government workers will be looking for open and collaborative work environments, flexible work policies, and a willingness to experiment with new processes like agile development.
In a "walk & talk" interview, Colorado Digital Transformation Officer Brandon Williams highlights the state IT office's efforts to use DevOps to change how government works.
Robert L. Read, former Presidential Innovation Fellow and co-founder of 18F, explains that the key to transforming legacy government systems is the "strangler pattern" -- breaking the work into modules and re-writing them one at a time.
Speakers from federal, state, and local government agencies shared insights during 15-minute lightning talks at AgileGovCon 2017, an online conference hosted by AGL.
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.
Visit the AGL YouTube channel to find discussions on agile government topics, intro videos for the AGL Academy courses, and case studies on agile government success stories.
Our recent AGL Live webinar introduces the self-directed course teaching basic Agile skills to product owners in government.
Project managers in government can learn the basics of agile in just a few weeks using our free online course, which is introduced in this webinar along with tips from the course creators.
Watch the first of a series of webinars, created by Agile practitioners in the federal space, that will cover issues related to Agile/Lean practices in government. Learn from those who've been there.
Watch our live interview with Agile-thinking practitioners and security experts who are working to make compliance and security a smooth and successful part of the Agile process.