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.
At AGL Summit on May 23 in Sacramento, Ann Dunkin offered insights on how governments can create a culture of learning and collaboration for successful innovation efforts.
“I saw how deeply the agency staff cared about their missions and that they were willing to change things for the better, if someone gave them the slightest opportunity.”
Coming from the front lines of change-making at agencies from Santa Clara to D.C., government leaders share their recommendations for creatively responding to the obstacles that can impede government transformation.
Leaders from federal and local agencies will participate in an online panel discussion, "Practical Advice for Government Transformation," hosted by AGL.
Ann Dunkin was a champion of IT modernization and agile development during her time at EPA, and plans to bring her lessons learned to work for the citizens of Santa Clara County.
Federal News Radio: IT planning process update to help agencies get better handle on legacy system spending
New requirements from the Office of Management and Budget, together with a stronger push towards agile, are driving new approaches to decision making around IT initiatives.
Ann Dunkin, CIO of the Environmental Protection Agency, writes about the specific cultural shifts required to help government agencies utilize agile methods.
Despite the transfer of leadership at the White House, Ann Dunkin is optimistic about the future of agile methods in government.
Top IT leaders gathered to discuss how lean and agile practices can help agencies save money -- provided they are able to make the necessary cultural changes.