FCW: ‘Government projects are not agile enough’

FCWA call to action published by FCW says governments shouldn’t deprive their citizens of the top-notch digital service delivery that is possible with agile.

From the article:

Many software developers have been watching the agile movement from the sidelines, saying, “This is great, but I work in the government.” It is now time to get off the sidelines. Agile is real and is making inroads into many parts of the government today. In fact, TechFAR highlights flexibilities in the Federal Acquisition Regulation that allow for agile projects, and the Office of Management and Budget is increasingly turning to agile approaches to solve very public challenges with large IT projects.

Read the full article: Government projects are not agile enough | FCW

2017-04-23T23:02:37-08:00 June 28th, 2016|Categories: Agile government|Tags: |

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