Agile acquisition calls for planning in reverse so that federal contracts consider the shifting needs of future users.
In seeking alternatives to its outdated pay system, the Treasury Board is starting the shift toward smaller contracts and innovative, user-tested solutions.
Product managers can help drive innovation by making sure development considers the needs of the actual users of government services.
In an interview with Government Matters, acquisition strategist Jonathan Mostowski discusses how he navigates the procurement process with an eye toward modernization in his work with the U.S. Digital Service.
The State of California has added seven new tech firms to the pre-qualified vendor pool for agile, the Department of Technology announced.
Ideas on how governments can improve procurement processes through agile principles of openness and collaboration, both internally and with vendors.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) is shifting its digital services training program from pilot mode to fully operational, and is requiring agencies to start using the program's modern, agile approaches for digital service acquisition.
The IT vendor forum hosted on May 9 in Sacramento by the California Department of Technology (CDT) provided an update on the state’s effort to procure agile IT services.
This quick video gives an overview of agile acquisition in government, and reviews some of the key FAR citations that can help industries and agencies be more agile.
A report by techUK discusses how procurement can act as a tool for government to deliver its vision for the future of public services and use public sector procurement to help foster innovation in the supplier community.