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This presentation describes how the FBI adopted Agile and succeeded after two failed attempts at building a $300 million case management system.
Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
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This presentation describes how the FBI adopted Agile and succeeded after two failed attempts at building a $300 million case management system, leading the way with others to the Digital Services Playbook and the Tech-FAR.