Friday, October 3, 2008

Government Open Source Software Resource Center

The Government Open Source Software Resource Center "is a resource aimed at providing information on Free/Open Source Software for stakeholders in (and interested in) all levels of Government. The content of the site is not aimed at any specific geographical area, and aim to provide an extensive, global resource."

They have started a list of researchers who are currently studying the use of open source within government. If you are a researcher, contact info for adding yourself to the list is provided at the website. They also have a LinkedIn group for researchers in this field.

One of the listed researchers, Karsten Gerloff, will be featured in the December 2008 issue of the OSBR and will discuss his research results thus far.

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