Congress could design and federal IT regulators could enforce a new procurement law that was the epitome of agility and nimbleness, one that would allow for tiger teams of Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin’s best engineers to tackle things with “Move Fast and Break Things” gusto. But such a law would be the antithesis of the modern administrative state that is a product of 20th century liberalism.
I don't think anybody in the O administration has the drive and determination to make the legal changes necessary to hire the tiger teams (so called). But if they did, that would fix it. I think we're looking at something someone could do, and pretty easily, but government isn't that somebody.