CivicActions at FedScoop’s 8th Annual Lowering the Cost of Gov with IT Summit

ca-feature-blog-fedscoop-it-summitCivicActions Director of Professional Services Elizabeth Raley will moderate a panel discussion at FedScoop’s Lowering the Cost of Gov with IT Summit, on August 25 in Washington, D.C.

The one-day event brings government and IT leaders together to discuss the best ways government can become more efficient and save money through the use of innovative technologies.

Elizabeth’s session will focus on the value agile brings government: continuous learning, lowered risk, user involvement, effective governance, stakeholder and team satisfaction, and increased capability.

She will also share about how Agile Government Leadership is working with agile practitioners in government to help agencies overcome the cultural and organizational challenges that agencies face in adopting agile practices.

To meet with Elizabeth and discuss ideas from the panel or talk about the work CivicActions and AGL is doing around agile, open source and government IT transformation, connect with her via email at [email protected].

2017-03-31T06:19:53+00:00 Categories: Agile, Agile Government Leadership, Events, Government|Tags: , , |

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Melinda is a freelance writer who joined the CivicActions team in 2015 to assist with content needs on a part time basis. She loves using storytelling and communication skills to highlight the value of civic tech in the lives of citizens, and bring to life the processes and tools that organizations use to make the world a better place.

Prior to joining CivicActions, Melinda wrote for a variety of clients in the civic tech space, including DotGov (providing mobile apps to governments) and Urban Interactive Studio (providing outreach and engagement tools for public processes).

Melinda balances her writing commitments with her “day job” of caring for three small humans, volunteering at the elementary school, and cooking lots of vegetables. The rest of the time you can find her exploring Seattle on foot with her car-free family, taking pictures, running by the ocean, and drinking coffee.