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Brian Fox

GSA |Denver, CO

Brian Fox is currently a management consultant at 18F at the General Services Administration (GSA). He has led Systems Development at U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) where he supervised development activity in support of The National Map. Brian also supported the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in a variety of roles, including joint military assignments in the United States and overseas. He holds an undergraduate degree in Geography from the University of Minnesota and a MBA from the University of Missouri - Saint Louis.

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Improving Stakeholder Collaboration Can Improve Software Development Performance

It’s important for software development organizations to make it as easy as possible to enable improved stakeholder behavior. Development stakeholders can include business development representatives, product managers, and senior project managers, and they are typically carrying the weight of the organization’s mission. They are concerned about the organization’s goals, and are usually focused on ensuring
Apr 17, 2017