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The Government Accountability Office reported in 2012 that each of the 52 entrepreneur support programs at Commerce, SBA and other agencies overlapped with at least one other program.
The department needs to do a better job “taking the fear out of innovation,” Chief Procurement Officer Soraya Correa said.
Only four agencies had policies and processes in place to develop software in increments.
Governmentwide projects are particularly complicated, but here's one that ends on time and under budget.
With agile, it’s all about speed, adaptability and collaboration—all for the sake of accelerated, better application development.
Developing software in an incremental fashion may mean rethinking contracting and personnel's duties, an Excella Consulting's chief technology officer said.
The 31,000 square-foot facility will support more than 250 DevOps and agile development specialists, many of whom are federal customers.
There’s much that can be learned from the experiences—and the mistakes—of the private sector.
The commission's new website, hosted by Cloud.gov, will reduce spend on internal systems.
At least eight companies have filed protests with GAO.
While cybersecurity investments and IT outsourcing may increase, expect agencies' agile efforts to wither.
The long-awaited FLASH program is here.
The approach calls for agencies to be empathetic toward people’s needs while being open to continuous learning and a willingness to fail—fast.
Pockets of the federal government want to change the buying process so technology can be acquired in sprints, preventing large-scale failures like the HealthCare.gov rollout.
USDS member Joe Crobak says leadership is asking for demos instead of PowerPoint decks.
USDS and OMB's procurement policy office collaborated on the TechFAR hub.
The tech consultancy wants to work with a vendor on identity management.
Every agency chief information officer faces the challenge of digital transformation.
DHS wants to dispel the myth that startups don’t do business with the government.
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