In an interview with Information Week, CivicActions' John O’Duinn explains the benefits gained by tech companies that are willing to hire remote workers, and best practices for helping remote workers thrive.
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’ Information Security Chief Fen Labalme and Agile Consultant Robert L. Read were featured in an article for Open Access Government regarding agile-focused government security.
CivicActions earned the 13th spot on a list of small to midsize companies with the best culture and highest employee satisfaction ratings for 2017, published by the employee-review site Comparably.
StateScoop’s Colin Wood reports on the new role CivicActions will play in leading both the future of the DKAN open data platform and broader global open government data efforts.
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.
Elizabeth Raley, Director of Professional Services at CivicActions, was interviewed by StateScoop about the launch of a new online training course, Agile for the Government Executive.
Government Technology covered CivicActions’ “How CivicActions Earned a Spot on the California Agile Government Vendor Pool” webinar.
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.
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 was featured in StateScoop on June 16, 2016 for sharing information openly with competitors regarding California's proposal to overhaul the foster child case management system.
CivicActions was featured in TechWire on June 9, 2016 for encouraging open collaboration on a proposal for the State of California's Health and Human Services Agency.
CivicActions was featured in an article written on March 4, 2016 by StateScoop which introduces the AGL Academy, a series of free online courses designed to teach agile development practices to government workers.
CivicActions director of Professional Services Elizabeth Raley published a commentary on February 29, 2016 in TechWire with Salt Lake City Chief Information Officer Bill Haight that describes how adopting modern agile project management methods is critical to saving government IT projects from failure.
CivicActions was featured in an article written on March 4, 2016 by FCW introducing the AGL Academy, a series of free online courses designed to teach agile development practices to government project managers.
CivicActions was featured in an article written on March 4, 2016 by FedScoop which introduces the AGL Academy, a series of free online courses designed to teach agile development practices to government workers.
CivicActions was featured on Nov 17, 2014 of Government Technology where Bill Haight and Elizabeth Raley discussed agile and waterfall methodologies, relationships in government, and the Agile Government Leadership.
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.
CivicActions was featured on July 27, 2015 of Federal Times that features how 18F is leading a new industry standard Agile BPA for federal procurement by abandoning the traditional RFP process.
CivicActions was featured on July 15, 2015 of Fedscoop that features the General Services Administration's 18F Agile Delivery Services Blanket Purchase Agreement.
CivicActions was featured in the July 30, 2015 print 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.
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.
CivicActions was featured on Feb 9, 2015 of NextGov that discusses The Agile Government Leadership and launch of the Agile Government Handbook.