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To learn more or register, click here An Introduction to Agile Methodology Agile was originally a program management method for software development based around short development cycles and iteration. More recently, people have brought Agile program management methods into other domains, including Government Contracting. In this webinar, we learn the history and principles of Agile as a program management approach. What is Agile? / what is it not History of agile Core concepts and principles of Agile Applicability of Agile in software development and project, product, and program management Why Agile matters Limitations of Agile and when one should use it To learn more or register, click hereFind out more »
Other Transaction Authority agreements are increasingly becoming relevant for a number of U.S. Government agencies and contractors. With the flexibility to deviate from the Federal Acquisition Regulation and general procurement requirements, these types of agreements are attractive to both public and private personnel. However, the frameworks that apply to Other Transaction Authority agreements are continually changing and present novel considerations that are not immediately obvious to most individuals that participate in traditional government contracting, including individuals with years of experience in this space. In this series, our instructors will discuss the frameworks that apply to Other Transaction Authority agreements and differences between these forms of agreements and traditional government contracts. The series will focus on unique issues raised by Other Transaction Authority agreements and important … Continue readingFind out more »
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