Starting at the Government Summit on Monday, we look forward to learning and sharing with our fellow Drupalers who have been working to improve the user experience of government.
We loved joining the Drupal community at BADCamp for an inspiring four days of sessions, sprints, networking ... and, of course, waffles!
CivicActions was proud to sponsor and participate in this upbeat, community-driven event.
When the bright minds and positive energy of the Drupal community come together for four days of talks, trainings, and sprints, we want to be there!
CivicActions' distributed team converged on Sacramento to accomplish a month’s worth of in-person growing, learning, planning, (and playing!) in just three days.
This year’s Drupal GovCon in Washington, D.C. was a buzz of excitement around all things open, from DevOps to DKAN and more.
CivicActions is honored to sponsor and participate at Drupal GovCon again this year! We <3 the chance to grow, improve, and innovate with the Drupal community in support of government.
CivicActions is hosting the DKAN Summit on August 1 in Washington DC, where open data leaders will discuss how DKAN can help agencies share their government data to positively impact citizen lives.
CivicActions Director of Professional Services Elizabeth Raley will moderate speaker sessions on agile government topics at AgileGovCon 2017.
CivicActions is proud to serve as a sponsor for DrupalCon Baltimore, and can't wait to connect with our friends and colleagues next week.
On March 8th, International Women’s Day, we’re standing together with the women at CivicActions who choose to take the day off in support of women’s equality for “A Day Without a Woman”. The Women’s March movement was an amazing display of solidarity and support for women -- and it’s important [...]
In an effort to inspire other technology companies to participate in the California Agile Development Prequalified vendor pool, CivicActions will share what it learned and help others understand how they can best navigate the process.
Marc Jones of CivicActions will be speaking at FOSDEM about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the opportunities it provides for increased adoption of free software.
I have the honor of being asked to present at the Tech Women Community conference in Tuxtla-Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico at 6pm tomorrow evening (12/7/16). The presentation is about the Drupal Content Management System, and how to quickly leverage it for various projects. The conference is several days long, and it [...]
CivicActions is excited to both attend and sponsor the 10th year of BADCamp! We’re headed out tomorrow to get our booth set up and can’t wait to meet and mingle with all the wonderful people who are drawn to this event. We are constantly struck by the dedication, creativity, and [...]
CivicActions Director of Professional Services Elizabeth Raley will moderate a panel discussion at FedScoop's Lowering the Cost of Gov with IT Summit in Washington, D.C.
As several of our team members head to Drupal Camp Asheville this Friday, August 12-13, we’ve prepared a list of sessions we’re most interested in attending.
GovCon is the largest Drupal event in government, drawing attendees from both the public private sector to use open source solutions to make government work better.
Elizabeth Raley participated in a panel discussion on Agile development and government at the California Technology Forum.
CivicActions' Adam Bergstein presents on Accessible Continuous Integration and Porting Modules to Drupal 8 at Drupal North in Montreal.
As proud diamond-level sponsors, CivicActions is showing up big this year at Drupal GovCon 2016.
This year’s DrupalCon 2016 in New Orleans was one of the best ‘Cons to date.
CivicActions is excited to sponsor what will be another amazing DrupalCon in one of our most favorite cities in America.
CivicActions is excited to be both attending and presenting at Stanford Drupal Camp 2016 for the first time on April 1-2, 2016 in Stanford, California.
CivicActions is proud to sponsor and attend LibrePlanet, the Free Software Foundation's annual conference for people who care about their digital freedoms.
Recently, Henry and I attended the Mindful Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. This three-day event was attended by more than 750 business leaders focused on cultivating self-awareness, compassion, and authenticity.
Peter Sawczynec details his experience presenting at BADCamp 2015.
Are you looking forward to BADCamp 2015 as much we are? CivicActions is also excited to announce several presentations by our own team members.
Aaron Pava, Co-Founder & Chief Experience Officer of CivicActions leads a talk on how culture is the most essential element in building a healthy and high-performing team.
Agile2015 Presentation: Agile White House: How the TechFAR & Digital Services Playbook are Transforming Government
Lead by Aaron Pava, participants will understand the history, intentions and key components of the Digital Services Playbook and accompanying TechFAR Handbook.
CivicActions is a proud Gold Sponsor of Drupal GovCon 2015, and we’re also fortunate and excited to have several CivicActions team members presenting.
We’ve joined up with fellow civic-focused companies DrupalSquad, Albatross Digital, and NuCivic to bring the Civic Lounge booth, as well as a happy hour to DrupalCon LA.
The Bay Area Drupal Camp is without a doubt one of our favorite events of the year! Now in its 8th year, BADCamp provides four days of training, summits, sprints, sessions, networking, career opportunities and more.
Earlier this week, I gave a primer on the new U.S. Digital Services Playbook and TechFAR at the Agile DC conference. The presentation was titled, Agile Gov Playbook: Dissecting the New White House TechFAR Handbook.
We’re excited to attend, present and sponsor the 2014 Capital Camp and Drupal Gov Days on July 30 to August 1 at the National Institutes of Health.
All week, members of the CivicActions team will be in Austin, Texas for DrupalCon 2014.
This 90 minute interactive session explored how to make our technological experience healthier and more productive through various approaches, tools and techniques.
Last week I had the honor to speak at DrupalCon Denver on how international NGOs are leveraging Drupal for social change. This presentation explored case studies from eight non-profits, specifically on how each were able to harness Drupal for real world impact. After sharing some history of the Drupal (& [...]
One of the great things about living in Vancouver is the abundance of tech talent. Last night, for instance, CSS Zen Garden creator/author, Dave Shea, shared his thoughts and experiences with HTML5 Canvas, at an HTML5 Meetup. Dave also introduced us to his own canvas project, Paintbrush JS. Modernizr creator, [...]
It is more than a month later, and I am still getting value out of my experience at She's Geeky in San Francisco. One of the most powerful sessions I attended was one by Lura Dolas, an acting coach, who also specializes in developing women's public speaking and presentation skills. [...]
So my head and heart are still spinning from my experience at Web of Change. So many incredible ideas, and perhaps more importantly, a really deep, integrated sense of the network of good people doing amazing things in the world. Our focus on generating "alignment" inside CivicActions has already taught [...]
I'm at the 10th annual Web of Change conference in British Columbia. About a hundred leaders from organizations working on environmental, immigration, and other policy issues (as well as a number of vendors) are gathered to weave the Web of Change. We had an opening session last night, where we [...]