At AGL Summit on November 7 in Washington D.C., innovative acquisition strategists will discuss their experiences and share lessons learned in re-tooling the procurement process to be more collaborative and agile.
At AGL Summit, a panel of government innovators discussed how modular procurement can help agencies break large projects into smaller chunks of work to enable best digital services practices, improved accountability, and better outcomes.
Last week at AGL Live, leaders in modern procurement discussed challenges, lessons learned, and practical advice for measuring the success of work done on agile contracts.
On January 16, leaders in modern procurement will discuss lessons (many learned the hard way) about specific deliverables and metrics to track the success of work on modular contracts.
The Air Force offers same-day contracting opportunity to increase work with small organizations.
Industry has the chance to weigh in as TSA creates its new agile contract vehicle.
Specially-trained acquisitions professionals learn to “hack” existing rules for IT modernization.
Changing federal procurement procedures starts with culture and communication.
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.