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[Discuss] Govt Source Code Policy
- Subject: [Discuss] Govt Source Code Policy
- From: richard.pieri at gmail.com (Rich Pieri)
- Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2016 20:09:34 -0400
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On 3/25/2016 6:15 PM, John Hall wrote: > What organizations are there already involved in the e-government > ecosystem? The Department of Energy has for some years required that all copyrightable software funded by DoE educational and research grants which is publicly published be published under an open source license or have the copyrights transferred to the DoE. The DoE maintains a site for distributing said software and related papers. The Department of Education have been examining a change from their current model to one similar to Energy's although this new RFC may supersede that. I don't know about any of the other Departments. -- Rich P.