NextGov: ‘Agile means more prototypes, fewer meetings, even in government’

Center for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesNextGov reports on the positive results federal agencies are seeing from introducing agile practices — including fewer meetings and a greater emphasis on delivering prototypes quickly.

Joe Crobak, a member of USDS embedded at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, told an audience at a recent ATARC event that agency leadership is beginning to participate more in the development process . . . In government, he’s found that agile development has allowed his team to create prototypes quickly, which is “very powerful to the point where leadership is now asking for demos instead of PowerPoint decks.”

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2017-04-23T23:02:34-07:00 August 24th, 2016|Categories: Agile government, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services|Tags: , |

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