AGL Live: "Measuring the Success of Agile Contracts in Government"
How can agencies measure the business value of work being performed on agile contracts? Leaders in modern procurement discuss lessons (many learned the hard way) about specific deliverables and metrics to track the success of work on modular contracts.
January 16 @ 12pm PT / 3pm ET
Online - register [agilegovleaders.us11.list-manage.com] for your event link
Division Chief, USCIS
Procurement Innovation Lab, DHS
Solution Architect for Agile and DevOps, Sevatec
Partner, Open Tech Strategies
All registrants will be entered into a drawing for a raffle book prize. This month’s book is “Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes into Stepping Stones for Success” by John C. Maxwell.
Winner will be announced during the event. If selected, you must be present (online) at the event to claim it
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