Fairfax, Virginia, October 13, 2017: Sevatec, Inc. (Sevatec), a leading National Security firm delivering Agile Development and DevSecOps, Data Sciences, Cyber Engineering, and Cloud solutions for the federal government, is proud to be a Gold sponsor of the 2017 AgileDC Conference.
In addition to sponsoring and maintaining a booth presence at AgileDC, three of Sevatec’s Agile experts will be sharing their prowess at this year’s event.
Joshua Seckel, Sevatec’s Chief Solutions Architect for Agile and DevSecOps, will present his talk, Lean Large and Small, exploring what it means to be lean in various sized organizations – what is the same and what is different about lean implementations based on the size of the organization.
John Hughes and Rachel Whitt, Sevatec’s Agile Practice Lead and Scrum Master & Deputy Program Manager, respectively, will be conducting an Impact Mapping Workshop: Deliver Business Outcomes, Don’t Just Ship Software. This workshop provides an appreciation for the power of impact mapping by walking through building your own impact maps and the giving you the ability to do so in your own organization.
The largest Agile community organized event in the DC Metro area, AgileDC brings together thought leaders and practioners from government, not-for-profits, and private industry to grow the local software community. This year’s conference will be held on October 16th at the Kellogg Conference Hotel on the campus of Gallaudet University.
Sevatec is a leading National Security firm that specializes in Agile and DevSecOps, data sciences, cyber engineering, and cloud solutions. The firm delivers technical expertise and innovation to solve the federal government’s most pressing business and technical challenges. Sevatec has achieved CMMI Maturity Level 3 (ML3) ratings for both Development (DEV) and Services (SVC) and maintains ISO 9001:2015, 20000-1:2011, and 27001:2013 certifications. In practice, Sevatec tailors industry best practices, incorporating Agile principles to enhance team performance and deliver improved outcomes for their clients.
Sevatec was founded in 2003 on the concept of “Seva,” meaning “Inspired to Serve.” Its mission captures the essence of the firm’s culture and focus on national security missions: “Trusted talent, inspired to serve, partnered with government, to protect and improve the lives of Americans”. Their portfolio of mission-critical technology solutions aimed at modernizing federal IT spans across the National Security sector, including Homeland and Law Enforcement Agencies, Department of Defense, Department of Transportation, Department of State, and multiple Civilian Departments and Agencies.