95% of state CIOs anticipate increased use of Agile methods

Information WeekInformation Week reports on the top priorities and concerns facing state CIOs as discovered in the yearly survey conducted by Grant Thornton.

Cloud migration, IT outsourcing, and other business transformation trends are not limited to the private sector — many state CIOs listed these among top concerns.

Agile delivery methods, in particular, made a huge jump in numbers of leaders who expected to see increased adoption, signaling a fundamental shift in the way governments think about IT projects.

“It wasn’t a surprise, but more of a revelation that there was more progress than we were anticipating around Agile in terms of individual project delivery,” Robinson said. “We asked the CIOs who participated in our survey, and we asked the same question again in an instant poll during our conference

[in September]. And 95% of our members in the instant poll said they anticipated increased use of Agile.”

Read the full article: 10 priorities, concerns facing state CIOs | Information Week

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