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Meet Agileana

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Luis Cuellar, IT Project Manager and Quality Assurance (QA)

"One of our strengths at Agileana is the team, the talented people that we have. We have a good balance of skills, but we also have a team that respects each other. We are not competing with each other, we are helping each other out."

Virginia Alvarez, Project Manager

"One of the things I like the most about Agileana is the work. Right now, I feel like we have a lot of flexibility on our hours and we can take time off whenever we need to, of course, knowing that we also need to work and do the things that our client needs."

Addie Walcott, Business Analyst

"I want to like the people I work with and I want to feel passionate about the projects I'm on. And that's one thing Agileana has offered me. We’ve all built relationships and I feel like we're just a little family, you know, checking up on each other every day."

Christian LeFournis, Drupal Developer

"The best part about Agileana, and this is without any doubt, is the great collaboration that I have with my coworkers and the project managers. We have a great collaboration and great communication in our teams."

Shefali Naik, CTO

"Most of the firms that I've worked in were multinational companies, wherein your role is quite defined and restrictive. But, at Agileana, you get to put on different hats, there's less bureaucracy, and you're able to make some concrete changes faster."

Work with us


Agileana is a company with an inspiring purpose. We want to reduce waste, fraud, and abuse within the federal government by delivering great value and not being one of the beltway bandits that make money on change orders.

We strive to create leadership opportunities for people who want to lead. While scrum teams are self-organizing, that doesn’t mean that there is no place for leadership. Quite the opposite, actually. Everybody on a self-organizing team must be a leader and must take turns being a leader.

Leaders need to be cultivated and developed. If we always have the same leader and if that leader is too dominant or opinionated, then there is no room for other leaders to grow. If we were overly dependent on a single leader, and that leader got hit by a bus, we would be in bad shape. So, we strive to create an environment where new leaders can emerge, develop, and grow.

We’re always looking for passionate, friendly, dedicated people to join our team.  If you have passion, if you embrace agile, if you want to help make government work better so we can serve the citizens of the United States more efficiently and more effectively, then contact us.

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