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Air Force’s Software Development Teams Formalize Collaboration; Lauren Knausenberger Quoted

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Two U.S. Air Force organizations have signed a memorandum to demonstrate support for one another in efforts to help the military develop software platforms.

Kessel Run and Platform One formalized the software factories’ collaborative work for the Department of Defense through the principles memo, the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center said Tuesday.

Both parties agreed to pursue identical directions in Agile and DevSecOps initiatives, seek ideas from other software teams supporting DOD programs, contribute to the open source community and prioritize cyber talent pipelines.

“Together, these teams are moving the department forward by deploying awesome warfighting software and giving more and more Airmen the opportunity to learn agile processes,” shared Lauren Knausenberger, chief information officer at the Department of the Air Force and a 2021 Wash100 Award winner.

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