May 7, 2015

Agile in the Federal Government Workshop V – This Potomac Forum Has Something for Everyone

Written by Ron Peterson

Art Chantker, President of Potomac Forum, LTD and CC Pace cordially invite you to our next exciting Agile in Government Workshop V, May 20 at the Willard Hotel in Washington DC.  Workshop V will have something for everyone, from new adopters just getting started with Agile in their agencies, to seasoned Agile practitioner scouring the landscape for new horizons in Agile disciplines and trends in the Federal government that they can put to practical use now.

Art has led the Potomac Forum in training thousands of government and industry professionals throughout the country on a wide variety of information technology, acquisition, financial, and management subjects of importance to our government.  Over the years, Art has invited CC Pace back again and again to present on the full spectrum of topics around Agile software development and Agile project management along with officials from the Department of Homeland Security, USDA, the VA, Department of Education, NGA, GSA and many other Federal agencies.

On May 20th we will be conducting our next Agile workshop at the Willard Hotel for the 2015 Potomac Forum series.  The focus will be on Agile and Lean best practices, including Scrum, Kanban and scaling Agile for larger projects and programs.  In addition to the seasoned Agile trainers from CC Pace, our confirmed government speakers include Karen Ritchey, Assistant Director Applied Research and Methods
U.S. Government Accountability Office; Bill Pratt, Office of the CIO, Policy & Planning-SELC/Agile IT, Department of Homeland Security; and our keynote speaker Greg Godbout, CTO of EPA, and co-founder and former Executive Director of 18F, the government’s new center for inter-agency Agile services.

There is a tentative agenda already posted on the Potomac Forum website, pending some agenda changes once other invited officials are confirmed.  If your agency is starting down the path of agility, or you want to bring your adoption efforts up to the next level you should attend this workshop.  We look forward to seeing you on the 20th.

http://www.potomacforum.org/content/new-date-agile-development-government-training-workshop-v-implementing-and-managing-agile

 

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