Government agencies are increasingly exploring low-code approaches to building software that powers the business of environmental protection. Low-code tools have the potential to help reduce an agency’s dependence on traditional coding and programming, open up application development to a wider range of people, and accelerate the delivery of new tools and software. The transition also requires new skills and approaches to governance.
On March 24, 2020, E-Enterprise hosted an open call focused on the use of low-code software development within environmental agencies. On the call, representatives from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment gave presentations on their own work in this space.
If you missed this event, don’t worry! You can view a recording by clicking here. If you have any questions or comments based on the recording, please head to the Low-Code Development discussion thread on EECIP and add your voice to the conversation.