As federal IT teams strive for rapid response to changing requirements through DevOps and continuous integration, they can embrace security as an essential component of the development process.
Mark Schwartz, CIO at U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services, explains how identifying and responding continuously to risks makes Agile-developed systems even better and faster.
The Department of Homeland Security is bringing its procurement process into the 21st century by making it easier for nontraditional and Agile contractors to bid on projects, even if they don't have a foot in the door with government.
While the Department of Homeland Security is working toward cloud-based IT services and efficient acquisition, some components have pressing technology needs that must be addressed even faster.
Fixing a 'broken' immigration system has not been easy, but USCIS used an Agile approach to shake up the old system and get things done.
Are agencies finally realizing that Agile methods and DevOps can revolutionize their IT missions -- and change public perception of government culture?
FCW reports that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is seeking a pilot of AgileCraft to help administer a variety of portfolio-level planning, tracking, and reporting operations.
Federal Times reports on U.S. Customs and Immigration Services Chief Information Officer Mark Schwartz's efforts to revamp the clunky procurement process that left him frustrated with long lead times, vendor lock-in and poor performance.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Chief Information Officer Mark Schwartz shares how his agency has adopted Agile in the latest episode of our AGL Live series.
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