Scaled Agile Designates Leidos as “˜Gold' Transformation Partner

Scaled Agile Designates Leidos as “˜Gold' Transformation Partner

Scaled Agile has certified Leidos as a Gold Transformation Partner under the former's global network, which focuses on implementing an agile framework for enterprise-wide digital transformation efforts.

Leidos said Thursday that the Scaled Agile Framework is designed to guide organizations in developing and implementing systems and software across their networks as quickly as possible.

Dean Leffingwell, co-founder of Scaled Agile and the creator of SAFe, said that Leidos' inclusion in the Scaled Agile Partner Network will help the former in its mission to streamline delivery, promote employee engagement and improve quality for organizations, including government entities.

“Our partnership with Scaled Agile allows us to augment our software development methods, tools and training with SAFe as we support our customers with their lean-agile transformations,“ noted Rick Goodwin, vice president of Leidos' mission software systems segment.

Scaled Agile is based in Boulder, Col., and offers training, certification and advisory services for implementing SAFe agile methodologies.

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