We’re honored to be named to Government Technology’s esteemed GovTech 100 top government technology companies list for the second year in a row!
CivicActions is extremely excited to announce the expansion of our service offerings to include open government data as we take leadership of the open source open data platform DKAN.
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.
Government Technology reports that the California Child Welfare Digital Services (CWDS) project has awarded an early contract for development operations to CivicActions.
CivicActions CEO Henry Poole and Security and Compliance Engineer Marc Jones were interviewed by GCN about how government can effectively deploy open source technologies.
CivicActions Director of Professional Services Elizabeth Raley will moderate speaker sessions on agile government topics at AgileGovCon 2017.
Government Technology covered CivicActions’ “How CivicActions Earned a Spot on the California Agile Government Vendor Pool” webinar.
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.
CivicActions was named to the Government Technology and e.Republic Labs 2017 GovTech100 list of the leading companies focused on delivering services to improve and transform government.
By Robert L. Read and Fen Labalme These ideas were generated at a CivicActions retreat, during an Open Space brainstorming session. As CivicActions is fiercely open, we are releasing these ideas to the public for anyone to use as they see fit. Transparent government requires open and frequent communication. Ideally, [...]
CivicActions Director of Professional Services Elizabeth Raley moderated the agile panel at FedScoop’s 8th annual Lowering the Cost of Government with IT Summit.
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.
CivicActions Named to California Office of Systems Integration Agile Development Pre-Qualified Vendor Pool
We're honored to be included in the new California Office of Systems Integration Agile Development Pre-qualified Vendor Pool.
Elizabeth Raley participated in a panel discussion on Agile development and government at the California Technology Forum.
Chris Cairns and other leaders of 18F within the GSA created a seminal RFQ in order to qualify cutting-edge firms to do Agile work for the Federal government.
As proud diamond-level sponsors, CivicActions is showing up big this year at Drupal GovCon 2016.
CivicActions is proud to sponsor and attend LibrePlanet, the Free Software Foundation's annual conference for people who care about their digital freedoms.
Since Drupal powers a large number of federal websites, it was a no-brainer for CivicActions to start thinking of how to port the U.S web design standards into Drupal themes.
The 2015 CivicActions retreat showcased the people, the heart and the spirit of a fiercely innovative technology company.
CivicActions was featured in the July 30 issue of Federal Computer Week related to our work around the General Services Administration and 18F open request for quotation for a new federal marketplace for agile delivery services.
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 shares the rules of evaluating solicitation responses for General Services Administration Agile Services Blanket Purchase Agreement RFQs.
Last week was the first episode of AGL Live as part of Agile Government Leadership's newest offering.
The Agile Government Leadership group did a tremendous amount of research around what was needed to help government better understand and adopt Agile development practices, and the biggest "ask" was always around awareness and training.
CivicActions led an Agile training workshop for Councilman Ben Kallos' office this past spring.
This is a notable milestone. It's great to see this incredible openness, code and process sharing evolving in the US Federal Government.
There’s been much discussion of late about federal government IT procurement. As a small business that has recently received our GSA Schedule and won our first contract as a prime contractor, we here at CivicActions have learned a lot in a short amount of time.
CivicActions collaborated with federal, state and local government and private sector leaders to launch the Agile Government Leadership, a group to foster awareness, create and aggregate resources that will make it easier for those implementing agile development to access information and get support from their peers within the public sector.
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