Going Full Agile in Government
This case study covers the methods, tools, and techniques used to implement Kanban, Scrum, and SAFe on both O&M (Operation & Maintenance) and New Development projects. We cover the metrics used and the results after more than a year of operating under Agile. Changes were needed in contract language, deliverables, schedule milestones, Earned Value measures, and stakeholder expectations.
About our Speaker(s):
(1) Phil Magrogan is a Portfolio Program Manager for the GSA Federal Acquisition Systems. Responsible for the development and maintenance of Supply Chain and Contract Management applications in a wide variety of technologies. Phil introduced Kanban methodology to improve flow, Continuous Integration to automate builds and code scanning, and Test Automation to reduce maintenance cost by 50% and shortened average project cycle time from over 100 days to less than 50 days.
Watch his August webinar on Servant Leadership, where he demonstrates a Innovative approach to the PMO.
(2) David Larrimore is the Branch Chief responsible for the General Service Administrations (GSA), Federal Acquisition Service& (FAS) new enterprise data warehouse. David leads and drives the vision of data management, data consolidation, innovation, and open data for FAS and has keen interest in Big Data and Analytics
Before this role at GSA, David served as a project manager at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) where he supported several initiatives including e-gov travel and financial reporting. During this time, David's time was focused heavily on system integration, policy, and organizational change management.
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