Dev Technology Group, Inc. announced today the opening of its new office space in Washington, D.C., which the company designed to facilitate the collaborative work environment that is essential for Agile Development.
Agile Development is a methodology commonly used to develop applications and is Dev Technology’s preferred method. The new office space includes multiple team meeting spaces, whiteboard painted walls, and a large conference room with modular furniture for multiple configurations. The open office floor plan that maximizes natural light includes project offices and cube zones for team members, as well as flex space for visitors.
“We are excited to expand our office space in Washington, DC,” stated Susie Sylvester, Dev Technology CEO. “This new modern office environment that fosters collaboration and team work will help us better serve our federal customers and support our mission critical projects.”
Adam D’Angelo, Dev Technology Director of Technology, added, “The Agile teaming rooms, open floor plan, and floor to ceiling glass windows make Dev Technology’s new downtown office a truly special and collaborative environment. My team and I are excited to be in a space that reflects the innovative work that we’re doing.”
About Dev Technology Group:
Founded in 1998, Dev Technology Group is a woman-owned, small disadvantaged business (WOSB, SDB) delivering information technology services and solutions that protect and serve American citizens. Over half of Dev Technology’s work supports multiple components within the Department of Homeland Security. Other Departments supported include Justice, Defense, Agriculture, Energy, and Treasury. Dev Technology specializes in web-based application development and system modernization, database consulting services, biometric capture and integration solutions, and BMC Remedy and infrastructure management solutions. Dev Technology has been assessed at CMMI-DEV Level 2, is an ISO 9001:2008 certified organization, and is a recipient of multiple industry awards for innovation and growth.