Tina D. Johnson: Over twenty-three years of leadership and team building in the U.S. Army and Department of Defense (DoD) of Military Intelligence (MI) Analyst and Systems Analyst positions. 3 years of experience as a Certified Scrum Master and Professional for the Distributed Common Ground Systems – Army (DCGS-A) Sustainment team and Joint Interoperability Test Center's (JITC) Data Management Tool (JDMT) team, supporting 26 programs under various test types to include Operational Test (OT), Interoperability (IOP), Development Test (DT) and Information Assurance (IA) testing. 11 years of experience in DoD analyzing systems under the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) process, conducting doctrinal research and writing, scenario development, white cell operations, modeling and simulation (M&S), systems and intelligence analysis, and development of databases and web interface software for front-end applications to databases in support of testing. 7 years of experience as a U.S. Army MI Analyst instructor, instructing 4000 civilians and soldiers on MI systems and DoD processes, commended as Master Instructor, Post Instructor of the Quarter and several Instructor of the Months. 5 years of experience in U.S. Army MI Analyst positions at Battalion through Joint Task Force (JTF)
Engility, Scrum Master & Coach
October 2012 - Present, Ft. Huachuca, AZ, United States
Scrum Master and Coach for software development and sustainment team
TASC, Scrum Master
January 2011 - September 2012, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, United States
Served as Scrum Master and managed Data Management Tool team, supporting 26 programs under test. Conducted daily operations of database tools using Microsoft (MS) Access(c) to include setting up new databases, status reports, database management, and collected data Quality Control (QC). Migrated software development team to Scrum methodology and processes as the first software team to do so for Company. Conducted research to ensure information, data, systems analysis and products are current, complete and correct. Provided Subject Matter Expertise (SME), Scrum and training, providing briefings to government customers of database capabilities, data collection capture, and required developments. Created documents and processes supporting test projects required by industry standards.
Articles I've written
Agile Support to Testing
January 5, 2012, 1030 hours (10:30 a.m.): A government test organization's data management Scrum team was asked to support a testing effort a day after we had started our two-week sprint. We were asked to set up a website/fresh data management too...
Agile Software Sustainment in a Government Organization
So, what does it mean to be Agile in a government organization? What does it mean to use Scrum in software sustainment? How does this work? Why is it better than Waterfall processes?