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
U.S. Air Force, Air Force Life Cycle Management: June 1, 2020
Skylight helps the U.S. Air Force launch a new gear fitment feedback app
Our team is proud of our work with the Human Systems Division to launch a new application called GearFit, which allows aircrew members a quick and easy way to provide feedback and address concerns with their equipment and gear.
AFLCMC division to launch new feedback App
FederalHealthIT: May 22, 2020
Skylight wins a contract with HRSA to support the delivery of Telehealth.HHS.gov
We’re honored to be working with the Health Resources and Services Administration on the new Telehealth.HHS.gov initiative. This website will help advance the use of remote health care throughout the nation.
HRSA awards COVID-19 Public Use national telehealth Website contract
Newsworthy: May 12, 2020
Skylight publishes Data Sharing Playbook
Data silos prevent government agencies from delivering great public services. That’s why we’re excited to release a comprehensive guide on how state & local agencies can improve cross-organizational data sharing.