FCW: ‘Is government ready for agile?’

CivicActions was featured on Feb 13, 2015 of Federal Computer Week that discusses the U.S. Digital Services Playbook, 18F’s open-source policy, and the Agile Government Handbook.


“We’re expecting that there are people who are new to agile using it, and then more seasoned people using agile who may have more case studies or success stories to add,” said Elizabeth Raley, director of professional services at CivicActions. “We’re seeing the handbook as an iteration as well that we can continue to add things that will be of great use to the people using it.”

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About the Author:

Luke grew up and worked in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area for most of his life until heading west to San Francisco in 2000 to scratch his Silicon Valley itch.

In May 2009, Luke founded GovFresh, a website focused on technology in government. Called the “TechCrunch of Gov 2.0,” GovFresh has been referenced in Fast Company,MashableThe White House BlogHuffington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, TechPresident, among others, and has a great list of civic accomplishments.

In 2011 Luke organized SFOpen, San Francisco’s first mayoral debate on technology and open government.

Other civic technology related initiatives he’s been part of include CityCampCivicMeet,OpenGov West and more.

During college, as managing editor and editor-in-chief of George Mason University’s student newspaper, Broadside, Luke led the paper to win its first Associated Collegiate Press honors. He received GMU’s Student Leadership Award for his work and graduated with degrees in International Relations and Government & Politics.