States need agile development to speed up business delivery results
Charles Collier, a principal for KPMG's state and local advisory group, says states should use agile to "get technology into the hands" of programs and business units.
Agile integration in infrastructure improves modernization efforts, report says
Agile experts explain how agencies adopting a distributed architecture framework can better position themselves to adapt to changes in technology.
As states warm to agile, agency adoption pays dividends from continuous improvement
On the second episode of this season of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast, leaders from Colorado, Vermont and North Carolina weigh in on their agile methodology efforts.
Experts defend agile methodology as best protection from digital disruptions
Why agile integration is an essential step to improving application architecture and managing the exponential increase of endpoints and user interfaces.
Connecticut forges a more flexible framework for state IT projects
An executive order replaces old policies that officials say were preventing IT projects from being as cost-effective as they could be.
Agile development helps Wisconsin meet enhanced opioid reporting requirements
The state is increasingly turning to iterative development to meet quality and time constraints on projects large and small.
Agile development helps state government avoid waste, improve project quality, NASCIO report says
A positive assessment of the methodology's use in state IT projects also comes with a set of best practices.
Engagement increases as agile continues its rise in government
States like California and Nebraska are tapping into the lean, iterative development strategy to speed up projects and drive efficiencies across the state government enterprise.