Agile for government – fix price projects
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Agile for government – fix price projects



Agile in Government context Talk given by Ministry of Justice CIO Udi Nissimyan at AgileIL10

Agile in Government context Talk given by Ministry of Justice CIO Udi Nissimyan at AgileIL10



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Agile for government – fix price projects Agile for government – fix price projects Presentation Transcript

  • Agile for Government – Fix Price Projects• The Vendor Client relationship - in real world situations Adv. Udi Nessimyan - CIO @ Israel Ministry of justice
  • Agile Manifest Individuals and over Process and tools interactions Comprehensive Working software over documentationCustomer collaboration over Contract negotiation Responding to change over Following a plan Source:
  • Basic Contracts Quastions• How is the contract structured?• How does it handle changes in scope (requirements)?• How does it apportion Risk and Reward between customer and supplier?• What model of customer relationship does it foster: competitive (my win is your loss), cooperative (win-win), indifferent (I don’t care- you lose) or dependent (heads-I-win-tails-you lose)?
  • Fixed Price / Fixed Scope
  • Time and Materials
  • Time and Materials with Variable Scope and Cost Ceiling
  • “Money for Nothing, Changes for Free”
  • Recommendations• Although all of the above will work. “Money for nothing, changes for free” contract turns the advantages of the Scrum and agile development processes into a competitive advantage.• By prioritizing and delivering business value incrementally, the chances of an outright failure are dramatically reduced. This advantage is passed on to the customer.• Furthermore, it’s a cooperative model, so it offers incentives to both parties to keep the costs down.• The early cancellation clause rewards the higher productivity achieved with Scrum teams. On the down side, this clause feels a bit like a golden parachute which may not be politically acceptable in the current economic climate. The contract form lays the important groundwork for a successful project. And the Agile Manifesto got right: working with the customer is more important than the contract. So whatever you do, keep the customer relationship positive!