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.
- “So Happy Together: How to Work With Your Vendor to Get a Product You'll Love”, Stanford DrupalCamp, 2016
- “Overcoming Impostor Syndrome”, BADCamp 2015, San Francisco and NYCCamp, 2015
- “Kick Ass with Sass”, BADCamp 2014, San Francisco and CapitalCamp and Drupal Gov Days 2014, Washington DC
- “Drupal Theming with Modular CSS”, CapitalCamp 2013, Washington, DC
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.
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 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.
At CivicActions, it’s not just about the bottom line: it’s about promoting happy and balanced individuals that make up a community where everyone feels safe, valued, and enjoys working and learning together.
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.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of CivicActions Labs, an initiative to provide our team with sanctioned time outside of project work to innovate and design products that will streamline our workflow and improve our practices.