Showing 1 - 10 of 33 results for Acquisition Support
In this podcast Will Hayes and Suzanne Miller discuss research intended to aid U. S. Department of Defense acquisition professionals in the use of Agile software development methods.
In this podcast, Will Hayes and Julie Cohen discuss a generalized technique that could be used with any type of system to assist the program office in addressing and resolving the conflicting views and creating a better value system for defining releases.
In this episode, Novak discusses misaligned incentives, misaligned people incentives in software acquisition programs, and how the wrong incentives can undermine acquisition programs and produce poor outcomes.
In this episode, Suzanne Miller and Mary Ann Lapham discuss the application of the first Agile principle, Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software.
In this podcast, Bill Novak and Andy Moore describe a recent technical report, The Evolution of a Science Project, which intends to improve acquisition staff decision-making.
In this podcast, Harry Levinson discusses the SEI's work with the Air Force to further evolve the AF DCGS system using Agile techniques working in incremental, iterative approaches to deliver more frequent, more manageable deliveries of capability.
This podcast explores the SEI's research and work to assist the DoD in Agile acquisition.
Dr. Paul Nielsen discusses his involvement on a Defense Science Board Task Force that concluded that the software factory should be a key player in the acquisition and sustainment of software for defense.
In this podcast, Patrick Place describes research aimed at determining how acquisition quality attributes can be expressed and used to facilitate alignment among the software architecture and acquisition strategy.
In this episode, the fifth in a series, Suzanne Miller and Mary Ann Lapham discuss the application of the fifth principle, Build projects around motivated individuals.