Coding With Blinders On

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I saw a horse pulling a carriage the other day and noticed that the horse had blinders on. Blinders are those square pieces of leather on the side of each of the horse’s eyes. It prevents the horse from becoming distracted and allows it to focus on moving ahead when trotting among the city traffic. […]

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Managing Virtual Teams: Episode 1

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AEGIS has had virtual teams for years now, with some having been totally online for over 10 years. As a result, many of our managers have gained extensive experience in effectively managing virtual teams. In our new “Managing Virtual Teams” blog series, we will be highlighting some of our managers as they share their best […]

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Ensuring the right people for the job

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The Homeland Security and Defense Business Council recently released The Business of Homeland Security report authored by Grant Thornton that’s part of the 20/20 Project on the Homeland Security Enterprise. The report is based on a survey conducted last summer (2017) of current and former DHS officials as well as industry representatives. The report listed […]

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AEGIS’ Process Improvement Health Kick

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This is a version of the story I told in January 2016 for the CMMI Institute’s Capability Challenge webinar series and again at the finals in Annapolis on May 9, 2016. The following day, May 10, AEGIS was awarded the inaugural Capability Challenge Championship. I hope you enjoy the story…. Our process improvement journey has […]

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Interoperability is Easy, Right?

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When I first sat down to talk with Mario Hyland (@interopguy), AEGIS.net’s founder, we focused on the fundamental concept of interoperability. Despite a plethora of definitions created by different standards development organizations (SDOs), Mario’s definition seemed simple enough to me. He defines interoperability as, “[the] Exchange of information between two systems where both systems share an understanding of […]

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Open Health News Covers Carequality Framework

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Open Health News has published another AEGIS-authored article. Joe Lamy and Barry Dickman teamed up to recap recent industry collaboration to advance the Carequality Interoperability Framework. AEGIS’ corporate Vision is to support quality-infused IT solutions throughout industry, and so we are happy to have a role in the success of the Carequality initiative. You can read the beginning […]

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