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Most introductory discussions of Agile software development have focused on team management concepts and the implications of the Agile Manifesto for a single, small team. The focus now includes scaling these concepts for a variety of applications. The context in which Agile methods are employed drives important choices for how the work is done. Published frameworks and commercial training available in the market offer a variety of solutions for scaling Agile. This report addresses what is meant by scaling, contextual drivers for implementation choices, and the frameworks available for use today.