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Jeff Davenport
October 2018 - Special Report FedCLASS: A Case Study of Agile and Lean Practices in the Federal Government

Topics: Acquisition Support

This study reports the successes and challenges of using Agile and Lean methods and cloud-based technologies in a government software development environment.

March 2017 - Presentation Methodology for Comparing Cloud Service Offerings

This presentation describes a methodology for normalizing the offerings into common units of measure that are relevant to the procurer of the services.

November 2015 - Presentation A Case Study: Experiences with Agile and Lean Principles

Authors: Jeff Davenport

This case study tells the story of the development of a critical IT system in the U.S. Federal Government and is written so that other government entities can benefit from the implementation experiences.

January 2012 - Technical Note Best Practices for Artifact Versioning in Service-Oriented Systems

Topics: Service-Oriented Architecture, Software Architecture

This report describes some of the challenges of software versioning in an SOA environment and provides guidance on how to meet these challenges by following industry guidelines and recommended practices.

December 2011 - Special Report Standards-Based Automated Remediation: A Remediation Manager Reference Implementation, 2011 Update

Topics: Acquisition Support

In this report, the authors describe work to develop standards for automated remediation of vulnerabilities and compliance issues on DoD networked systems.

July 2011 - Special Report Standards-Based Automated Remediation: A Remediation Manager Reference Implementation

Topics: Acquisition Support

In this report, the authors describe work to develop standards for vulnerability and compliance remediation on DoD networked systems.