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The Open Source Observatory is a community for exchanging information, experiences and best practices around open source solutions for use in public administrations. We help you find open source software made available by other public administrations, and solve issues related to development. OSOR lets you share your own solutions. This is the place to learn from best practices in Europe and around the world. Join us! Join the OSOR; get access to the latest news & events, learn about ...

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02 July 2015 | France
Themes: eGovernment, eServices for Business, eServices for Citizens, Politics, Procurement, Economics, Business and Competition, International Organisations, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions.
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Mandating open ICT standards and demanding interoperable ICT systems will lower the costs of government ICT systems, while increasing performance, agree one hundred French ICT firms working with open source and open...
02 July 2015 | Europe, France
Themes: Crime, Justice and Law, eGovernment, Internal market, Politics, Law, Economics, Business and Competition, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions.
34 visits | Rating: 5/5
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The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is expected to rule within weeks on the practice of forced sale of licences for operating systems and other software bundled with computing devices. On 25 June, France...
02 July 2015 | France
Themes: Crime, Justice and Law, eGovernment, Politics, Economics, Business and Competition, Education and Communications, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions, Trade.
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France’s tax department is willing to make the source code available for its income tax software system, says Axelle Lemaire, minister responsible for Digital Affairs. However, preparation takes time, she told...

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Open Source Observatory
Type: Community
Date of creation: 01 February 2015

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