The UK government has updated their service delivery manual with an overview of Agile project management that explains why it's necessary for keeping projects relevant, useful, and on budget.
British Civil Service chief executive John Manzoni says that although early efforts at Agile and digital transformation were tough for government, the lessons learned are paying off.
Mike Bracken of the UK Government Digital Service gives his opinion in a recent post about agencies that are trying to implement a combination of agile and waterfall styles in their processes.
Former civil service director says governments must become ‘agile by default’ to get big projects done right
Daniel Thornton, program director at the UK's Institute for Government, calls on the civil service to 'be more willing to learn from failure' in a recent article in Civil Service News.
The future of service delivery and policy making must be focused around an Agile approach in order to be effective and cost-efficient, according to UK Cabinet Minister Matthew Hancock.
The Agile approach to delivering government digital services is continuing to gain acceptance over the old "siloed" approach, not just in the US and UK, but now in Australia and the broader Asia Pacific region.
The positive effects of the HMRC's Agile approach are being experienced by UK taxpayers in tangible ways -- services are now streamlined, simple, and user-friendly.
Software developer David King gives a peek into the daily workings of the GOV.UK Verify team.
The UK's Skills Funding Agency is on a mission to phase out waterfall-style testing and adopt a more Agile approach to each project.
UK agencies such as the National Health Service have been so adept in utilizing Open Source software and Agile methodology that they are pulling ahead of the private sector, which finds itself bogged down by an estate of legacy systems based on proprietary software.