Complex Government Technology Development Programs: Meeting the Policy Challenges
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Government technology development programs are proving difficult to deliver on time and on budget, a consequence of the complexity inherent in both the technology and the acquisition environment. This paper advocates the development of new governance and management models for such programs, as well as new thinking about how to compare these models. It also highlights the need for increased flexibility and resiliency (F&R) within organizations (both public and private) to better prepare them for governing and managing such complex programs.