Government needs to respond more quickly to changes that affect its ability to successfully accomplish its missions.
Agile in Government is the annual event where experts address the practical adaptations necessary to make Government organizations more agile through digital transformation.
This year the theme of the event is Toward Mission Agility.
Whether it’s acquiring capabilities or serving customers the challenges include adopting agile at scale; effective cross-functional teams; governance in modular, incremental and iterative situations; agile for hardware; contracting, performance measurement and reporting, to include EVM on major acquisitions.
The pace of change has accelerated. Near-peer adversaries now field capabilities faster than the United States. The rapidly changing and adapting threat forces defense agencies to speed up their processes to counter the threat and maintain their technological edge.
Major General Sarah Zabel
Director of Information Technology Acquisition Process Development
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition
President of Reinertsen & Associates
Author of three best-selling books on product development.
The Basics: Introduction to Agile, SCRUM, DevOps and Lean
Creating An Effective Agile Acquisition Ecosystem
Agile in DHS
DoD Agile and EVM Desktop Guide for Program Managers
Contracting Case Studies
Agile Engineering for Complex Systems
Agile for Cyber
DevOps for Government
Lean Startup in Government
The purpose of ADAPT is to foster better understanding of how government agencies can employ agile software development methods to provide incremental and modular acquisition of information systems.
Across government, military and civilian realms, the rapid evolution of information technology has sparked a digital transformation of organizational activities and processes. Whether it is Cloud First or cybersecurity, digital transformation is fully leveraging the changes and opportunities now possible with a mix of digital technologies. These include automation, data exchanges, cloud, cyber-physical systems, robots, big data, artificial intelligence, learning systems, IoT and autonomy. Today, smart organizations – government and industry – are operating at the intersection of people, new technologies and innovation.
Agile in Government Summit Co-Host
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