AGL publishes agile government case studies

Agile Government Leadership is announcing the release of several case studies — featuring federal, state and local examples — of how government is implementing agile development practices:

Agile Government and Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City adopts agile to try to decrease missed deadlines.

Agile Government and the State of Maine

Agile development allows the State of Maine to think big, yet start small – and make project course corrections quickly to ensure project success.

Agile Government and the Broadcasting Board of Governors (Office of Digital & Design Innovation)

The Office of Digital and Design Innovation at Broadcasting Board of Governors starts getting things done. Keys: training and prioritization.

Agile Government and the General Services Administration (Integrated Award Environment)

It’s really a question of how to scale: While it’s important to note that a key aspect of agile is to break down problems into small enough chunks so they can be managed successfully, one must always keep in mind the larger picture that is critical in most government environments. That larger picture often is motivated by a mission need that drives forward an organization in its entirety.

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