The newest branch of the Armed Forces is bolstering its mission through a dynamic approach to technology development.
Iteratively working with and for customers enables better solutions delivery, both in IT and acquisitions.
Getting to interoperability standards is a journey, not a destination, and requires close collaboration with all parties.
A returning leader hopes to bring agile best practices from defense to procure technology faster.
Dcode is one leader showing how iterative design and testing methods accelerates adoption of new technologies.
Modular contracting can allow federal agencies to move beyond a one-size-fits-all approach in software development and delivery.
DevSecOps practices are transforming how agencies develop software faster.
Automation, Agile and DevOps could be the blueprints for IT modernization.
The JCF aims to leverage cloud platforms and data to enable open-access development of AI across the military.
Described as a forward-leaning agency, digital transformation at the agencies ultimately came down to culture.
One of the biggest barriers to successful DevOps and Agile processes is a lack of communication and organizational silos.
The collaboration with Salesforce led to Work.com, a digital toolkit to help governments and organizations reopen.
Agencies passed FITARA 10.0 largely due to software licensing, Agile development and data center consolidation initiatives.
Leading the agency's DevSecOps practice requires addressing communication and culture challenges.
Leadership is focusing on stabilizing legacy systems, the cloud, incremental change and Agile methodology.
The defense organization is pushing new boundaries in its hiring and innovation practices.
The design principles improve technology for veterans and those who serve veterans, such as with the agency's VA.gov relaunch.
How the nation's largest health care provider manages security.
VA leader Bill James supports adopting modern technologies to support Agile efforts in development.