Tag: Government IT

The current state of outsourced application development is a sorry state of affairs because of myriad software quality issues causing unprecedented glitches and crashes. It’s not that all outsourcers are making terrible software, rather, it’s that governments and organizations have no way of accurately measuring the performance, robustness, security, risk, and structural quality of the applications once they’ve been handed the keys.

CISQ Aims to Bring Software Quality Sanity Back to Federal Outsourcing

They are there all right, ticking time bombs in government IT systems, as they are moved from legacy to contemporary cloud architectures. It’s no secret that there are huge initiatives underway in the federal government to reduce cost by eliminating redundancy. The area of redundancy that administrators point to most is at the network and infrastructure level.

Are We Introducing Time Bombs into our Cloud-based Government Systems?