CIOs are making government more citizen-centric and saving money by turning to cloud-based solutions, big data, and automation.
As government moves toward updating aging digital systems, agencies won’t see lasting success unless they focus on cultural transformation in addition to technology modernization.
The effort to solve complex problems for the Government of Victoria led agile teams to identify key success factors for government innovation.
Local software developers and executives recently met to discuss the use of free and open source software (FOSS) in government and new open source code policies in the State of California.
Essex County Council used existing systems to build a new blogging platform, wrote user stories to ensure they were meeting citizen needs, and worked in the open so they could benefit from similar work by other agencies.
The Department of Homeland Security created an Agile Acquisition Working Group to kickstart the agency's pilot attempt to move five existing programs into agile processes.
Industry and agency leaders are pleased with recent efforts by Federal agencies to move toward incremental and agile development in their software initiatives.
In an interview with Government Matters, acquisition strategist Jonathan Mostowski discusses how he navigates the procurement process with an eye toward modernization in his work with the U.S. Digital Service.
The U.S. Digital Service is working with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to update Medicare's payment program.
Ontario has produced an "inclusive design toolkit" for the improvement of government services for people with disabilities, shared publicly on the province's website and in GitHub.