Newsworthy: January 25, 2021
Skylight helps the USSF launch my.spaceforce.mil
In under two months, we helped the United States Space Force design and launch my.spaceforce.mil, which went live on January 25, 2021. This website will enable the U.S. Armed Forces’ newest branch to better disseminate mission-critical information to over 15,000 service members.
Newsworthy: November 17, 2020
Skylight awarded a contract by the CDC to support the delivery of SimpleReport.gov
We’re honored to be working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the new SimpleReport.gov initiative. This nation-wide digital service will make it easier and faster for COVID-19 testing facilities to report results to public health departments.
Newsworthy: September 28, 2020
Skylight awarded STTR Phase II contract by the USAF to develop a service design accelerator solution
We’re honored to be working with the U.S. Air Force, under the Small Business Technology Transfer program, to provide them with a solution for scaling the adoption of service design. Service design is an emerging, but proven discipline for designing, aligning, and optimizing an organization’s operation (people, processes, technology, etc.) to better support user journeys.
Federal Computer Week (FCW): September 14, 2020
FCW covers our efforts to help minority-owned small businesses succeed
Dr. Steve Kelman discusses how our new minority-owned, small-business incubator program, called Guidelight, could change the federal government’s mentor-protégé model.
Re-imagining the small-business mentor-protege model
Federal News Network: June 9, 2020
Skylight provides thoughts on the state of agile in federal IT
The Federal News Network asked for our opinion on the federal government’s progress with adopting agile software development. We explained that we’re still seeing more examples of agencies stationed between the worlds of agile and waterfall.
Agilefall: The place between agile and waterfall development where most agencies live