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The Department of Veterans Affairs is planning for a two-year contract to build digital centers where contractors can use agile methods to create platforms for improved services.
A new Agile-based framework that provides better service delivery is hailed as "a generational leap forward" by the CIO of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Shedding the waterfall-constrained delivery model it has been using, the VA looks to implement a more agile alternative.
The Department of Veterans affairs has seen tremendous benefit from their Agile digital system -- but the high price tag for continuing incremental development is causing concern for lawmakers.
Forbes reports that in a keynote presentation for the Agile in Government: Mutual Adaptation conference, Roger Baker discussed the adoption of Agile into federal policies and procedures, and how the VA gradually came to realize the value of Agile processes.
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