Agile is about adapting to changing requirements and needs. Governments, just like anyone else, have to deal with dynamic issues as they arise and evolve, and things like climate change, COVID, and housing crises are just a few examples. The rate of change is increasing and a model (whether we use the labels of “Sprints” or “Limited WIP”) that allows for an Agile Government is required to handle the resulting challenges.
- Agile Assessment Guide: Best Practices for Agile Adoption and Implementation – its a guide for auditors, but also helps implementers. There are also case studies embedded in the full report PDF
- Agile delivery How to work in an agile way: principles, tools and governance.
- Agile Government Handbook
- Agile Government Center and Case Studies of Agile Government
- Agile: How We’re Working Differently
- GCHQ’s internal Boiling Frogs research paper on software development and organisational change
- Defining Agile Government – neatly lays out the challenges and points to existing successes
- How can the Government be Agile?
- The Public Guardian on agile development
- Working together to help people with court fees
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