The General Services Administration leads with an approach that includes mobile in all areas of its operations.
The newly-launched VA.gov presents a unified front for veteran services and agency functions, signaling its new focus on customer experience.
FedScoop reports that, for the third consecutive year, agile development is on the list of "top ten" priorities in 2018 for state IT leaders who responded to NASCIO's annual State CIO Survey.
An IT modernization report issued by the White House’s American Technology Council and Office of American Innovation suggests agencies channel funds away from legacy systems to modern technologies and agile practices.
While agile development is driving innovation in the federal tech and citizen services realms, the procurement process is struggling to catch up -- but can contracting officers be trained in agile?
Agencies should invest in agile, cloud-based IT infrastructure in order to reap the benefits of reduced IT enterprise costs and improved digital service delivery, according to an interview by FedScoop.
Legacy government systems can be modernized if the work is broken into isolated chunks and then financed using an agile share-in-savings model.
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.
Government and industry IT leaders come together to discuss agile development, cybersecurity, cloud and a variety of other best practices for lowering the government's cost of doing business.
AGL's Elizabeth Raley moderated a panel discussion focusing on the value agile brings to government on August 25 in Washington DC.