I am Csaba, working with Balazs in Hungary, and have run into this question
I think, we can add plonegov, but do you have other thing in your mind to
Let me know pls..
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From: Steven Clift <cl...@e-democracy.org>
Subject: [DW] Query - Are any government-focused open source consortiums
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I am noticing an uptick in interest again in promoting open source for use
in government technology. This time more on economic reality grounds than
Are any government-oriented consortiums operational anywhere in the world?
This could be either government directly, universities working with
government, or technology vendors who serve government.
Also, is there a short list government technology vendors who use open
source tools actively? And finally is there a government website host that
provides cookie cutter websites built on an open source platform? (The kind
a small town might use for example.)
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