AGL, which was formed by CivicActions as a community based organization in 2014 to bring applied agile practices to government, has launched a non-profit association to serve the public sector.
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From reducing the number of veteran suicides to increasing the number of at-risk children placed into safe families, O’Duinn is determined to help agencies achieve the goals that matter most.
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.
Joining the Data Coalition will expand our impact as we continue important conversations, initiatives, and projects to facilitate the use of government open data throughout the world.
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.
“This job is better than I ever expected to get, in terms of the work culture and the kind of technologies we get to use every day.”
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.
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.
Three CivicActioners share their learnings, tips, and tools from hosting an online conference designed to forge real human connections despite the virtual environment.
Government Technology reports that the California Child Welfare Digital Services (CWDS) project has awarded an early contract for development operations to CivicActions.
CivicActions Director of Professional Services Elizabeth Raley will moderate speaker sessions on agile government topics at AgileGovCon 2017.
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.
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 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.
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.