Changing federal procurement procedures starts with culture and communication.
Luke Fretwell sets the context for the past and present of government digital services — and offers imperatives for the future.
Learn how USCIS has experimented with the procurement process in order to shorten the time to contract award, and how the results have been applied to larger procurements.
How industry can be proactive in the acquisition process by talking to the right people in government.
Public sector innovators and bureaucracy hackers discuss challenges and lessons learned in applying agile principles to government contracts.
The Defense Innovation Board’s new guide helps government agencies see past the buzzword to identify real agile development methods.
The newest version of the Scaled Agile Framework includes government-specific guidance on scaling agile for large technology programs.
David Zvenyach on why the federal source code policy failed to support open source sharing for agencies and how to fix it.
Government can learn from the agile mentality "fail fast" to keep up with advancing social and technological change.
Leaders from Colorado, Vermont, and North Carolina discuss how agile is helping deliver faster, more cost-effective digital services.