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The Federal Government is continuously under pressure to deliver technology solutions faster and at a lower cost. To meet this need, agencies are optimizing their systems development lifecycles by adopting more modern practices that promise to improve and expedite delivery.
While the landscape of technologies and methods of new capabilities is evolving, any velocity gains achieved through contemporary Agile or DevOps methods are quickly erased in the event of a high-profile data spill. While the Federal Government is eager to adopt many of the forward-leaning DevOps and Agile methods and technologies, the challenge becomes how to adopt modern development practices and transform a federal agency's delivery model without sacrificing information assurance and system security controls. The challenge must be approached.
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