Manual, time-intensive processes are a major drag on application management in the federal government. There's reason to believe this may soon change.
Application development delivery timelines of 1-2 years and even longer are not uncommon in the federal government — the majority (56%) of survey respondents indicated this as their typical turnaround. At least part of this stems from a mismatch between the underlying infrastructure (private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud) and the applications themselves.
Download this GBC Flash Poll to learn:
- The various types of cloud environments in use at the federal level, and the frequency of each.
- Government agencies' preferences for configuring, developing, and managing the application lifecycle.
- Opportunities for introducing time- and cost-saving measures into burdensome processes.