The Air Force believes it’s proved the value of agile software development via its Kessel Run project. The next task is to spread it across the service.
Leonel Garciga, the CTO of the Joint Improvised Threat Defeat Organization, has taken a new approach to open source.
John Owens, the chief information officer of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, said automated tools and human analysis ensure software code is secure.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service and the Federal Communications Commission are further along with using dev/ops to modernize applications in the cloud.
You’ve heard of agile software development? This Marine Corps engineer took an agile approach to re-designing body armor.
Eric Jeanmaire, the branch chief for the Verification IT Portfolio Modernization at USCIS in the Homeland Security Department, said moving to an agile approach to development delivered capabilities more quickly and more successfully.
Chris Cairns and Robert L. Read make the case for agencies to once again try to use share-in-savings contracts to modernize technology systems.
The General Services Administration’s $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) telecommunications contract is back under a pre-award protest while DHS’s agile contract known as FLASH faces 12 complaints.
Kevin Nally, the Secret Service’s chief information officer, is focusing on five strategic IT goals, including cybersecurity, the workforce and IT service delivery.
Ann Dunkin, the Environmental Protection Agency chief information officer, said changes to the governmentwide capital planning and investment control process is one way that will help agencies better understand their spending on legacy systems.