Jeff Gallimore, a founding partner at Excella Consulting, explains why agility can help the government avoid lengthy and expensive project failures.
DevOps is a proven route to modernizing of legacy applications and for developing them in a way that’s they’re natively cloud deployable.
The 2017 Red Hat Government Symposium highlights the key role that the open source community has in meeting the challenges of government IT.
Jennifer Pahlka was a founder of U.S. Digital Service, the Obama-era organization devoted to helping federal agencies modernize their information technology.
Eddie Hartwig, the acting deputy administrator of U.S. Digital Service, said his office has changed its approach over the past year.
It’s designed to develop and purchase large, expensive weapons systems while holding to the tenets of competition, transparency and integrity, but that means it can’t keep up with cybersecurity defense.
How do we ensure systems on government networks are in a completely known, secure state once they are in production?
George DelPrete, the director of the Federal CIO Survey from the PSC and Grant Thornton, said those questioned online offered a different viewpoint than those surveyed in person.
A new survey from Grant Thornton and the Professional Services Council highlights continued challenges federal CIOs face.
Experts from REI Systems detail three hurdles to avoid when moving to an agile methodology.