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Federal News Radio: IT planning process update to help agencies get better handle on legacy system spending

New requirements from the Office of Management and Budget, together with a stronger push towards agile, are driving new approaches to decision making around IT initiatives.

White House seeks funding to modernize federal IT

The federal government is known for mismanagement of IT projects -- but now there's a plan to remove this stigma and set a positive track record.

April 26th, 2016|Categories: Agile government, White House|Tags: , |

Agile helps check growth of federal IT spending

While the Obama administration proposes a 1.3% increase in IT spending next fiscal year, the growth in spending is slowing, thanks in part to the adoption of agile by government.

February 23rd, 2016|Categories: Agile government, Federal, White House|Tags: |

FCW: Federal IT initiatives to include smarter procurement and agile development

FCW reports that the U.S. Office of Management and Budget is expanding on the guidance it has already issued to agencies about digital acquisition and IT vendor engagement strategies.

March 24th, 2015|Categories: Agile government, Federal, Office of Management and Budget, Procurement|Tags: , |

This week’s top Agile government jobs

Latest agile government jobs from USAjobs.gov.

President’s budget looks to make federal IT more agile, less wasteful

Federal Times outlines how Obama's 2016 budget - and the hiring of high-profile industry executives as the nation's top technologists - will combine in an effort to bring better services to citizens while making spending more efficient.

White House highlights Agile in ‘Lantern Live’ app development process

The White House gives a behind-the-scenes look at the agile development process used to develop the new Lantern Live app.

OMB: Agencies delivering IT capabilities 20 days faster by using Agile

Acting U.S. Chief Information Officer Lisa Schlosser discusses the impact of Agile on federal government IT projects with Federal News Radio’s Jason Miller.