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OSEPA survey about the use of free software in the Public Administration

Nov 04, 2011

OSEPA, the EU project about free software in the Public Sector, launched a survey open to Public Organizations
OSEPA survey about the use of free software in the Public Administration

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The survey, announced also on the PloneGov Italia website, is aimed at verifying the first results of the workgroup that has been studying for several months, in its meetings in different European cities (including Bologna), the strategies adopted for free software use by the Public Sector. Public Organizations are invited to compile the survey, the objective is collecting at least 1250 surveys by 2 december 2011.

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