Introducing the 10 newest members of the Skylight team, who are working together to make government services better for everyone.
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Transforming your software delivery performance through DevOps requires using a metrics-driven, continuous improvement cycle. Here’s how you can do that smartly with Skylight and DORA.
The use of technical challenges in government procurements is on the rise. Here are some thoughts on what acquisition professionals can do to make even better use of them.
Integrating bug bounties into government’s DevSecOps processes can produce far more robust and secure digital services. Here’s a look at our new bug bounty solution.
Summary of a winning proposal that we put together to deliver DevOps transformation services to a large commercial enterprise.
The digital revolution presents a unique leadership opportunity for federal CIOs to reinvent themselves and their agencies. Here we present a set of key principles for federal CIOs to consider following in order to seize it.
A preannouncement for an unsolicited proposal to construct a microconsulting services marketplace platform, which we plan to pitch to the entire federal government.
Avoiding vendor lock-in situations is just one of many reasons that the government should consider using public domain procurements.
Not every problem requires a full-blown consulting engagement. Often times, a short burst of work on a specific topic is all that’s needed to help propel government managers and teams forward.
We’re actively looking to establish mentor-protégé relationships with companies interested in joint, ongoing pursuit of digital project opportunities.
Several months ago, we published a blog post series on a concept called Agile Share-in-Savings. We received a number of positive reactions, as well as some worthy counter-arguments.
Case management systems are commonplace and largely overlap. Agencies and vendors should consider innovative models for cooperating with one another in order to reduce duplicative efforts.