In a bid to safeguard national infrastructure and applications from security breaches, federal agencies may ultimately leverage Agile software development best practices -- including so-called Scrum Sprints and perhaps even Continuous Delivery methodologies.

"In the Scrum method of Agile software development, work is confined to a regular, repeatable work cycle, known as a sprint or iteration. Scrum sprints used to be 30 days long, but today many teams prefer shorter sprints, such as one-week or two-week sprints," notes Scrum Methodology.

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