Federal News Radio reports that the 25th annual chief information officer’s survey shows the acceptance and use of Agile development as the biggest change from previous years.
According to the survey, 91 percent of respondents are using Agile, and 33 percent are using it as the default methodology. George DelPrete, the lead of the annual CIO survey, told Federal News Radio that the adoption of Agile is evolving slowly but surely:
“I think that’s a good thing because, as the survey says, there are continued challenges in large-scale IT program delivery, and modular development is one way things are being broken up and improving the delivery of . . . It’s a mixed bag for sure. A lot of agencies right now are doing pilots and just experimenting with agile. A lot of the agile is done over very small applications. We are not seeing a lot of agile used across the enterprise. There are very few agencies who are really using agile for everything and are mature at it.”
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DelPrete discusses more insights from the CIO survey in this interview with Federal News Radio: