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Title: Open Source in Government: Innovation in the Public Sector Government Adoption of Open Source presen


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Open Source in Government Innovation in the
Public Sector Government Adoption of Open
Sourcepresented by Ben Berry, Chief Information
Officerben.berry_at_odot.state.or.us
govSource
THE OREGON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
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Computing Networking Infrastructure
Consolidation (CNIC)
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As a Community Source Development effort, whats
in it for Federal/State/County/ Local
Governments?
Government Adoption of Open Source
Community Source Teams Are groups of
individuals representing very different areas of
functional and geographical expertise, working
interdependently on a task and do not necessarily
meet face-to-face.
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Community Source Teams
Responsible for
Performance. High performance work as measured
by faster, better responses to rapidly changing
environments and input.
Intensive Team Leads. Communication-intensive
leadership that check in on their members
frequently, mentor them, establish and
communicate team norms and continuously monitor
adherence to norms and adjust them as frequently
as required.
Team Diversity. Recognizing diversity early in
the teams life cycle and leveraging it
throughout the collaborative process.
Trust. Building trust through a planned team
communication strategy and frequent in-process,
team-tuning sessions (without necessarily ever
meeting face-to-face).
Sub-teams. Build trust and simulate intellectual
growth by pairing diverse members into sub-teams
that perform highly interdependent tasks that
build integrated products and services.
Brainstorming. Giving team members more time for
reflection to produce quality ideas.
Team Connectedness. The joint use of real-time
synchronous (blogs, vlogs, wikis, audio
conferencing, electronic white-boarding,
application-sharing and instant messaging) and
persisting asynchronous communication (living
virtual team rooms with document repositories and
electronic discussion boards) enables community
source teams to coordinate and collaborate across
space and time.
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Government Adoption of Open Source
Open Source in Government. Expect to see more a
nd more public-sector organizations around the
world utilizing open source software!
Benefits to be gained from increasing the use of
OSS within the typical IT portfolio, includes
industry tailored critical core mission Vertical
Software that
Reduces total cost of ownership
Provides higher stability Provides increased secu
rity
Gives greater overall control
Horizontal Software represents utility software
used across industries and includes, messaging,
e-mail, collaboration tools and generic business
application toolsets shown below.
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Government Technology MappingLooking for OSS
Opportunities
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Assessment and Taxation Department
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Financial Services Division
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Emergency Management
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Transportation and Land Use Planning
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Government OS Adoption Predictions
Software Standardization. Applying software
standardization, along with global collaborative
development, you're going to have all the modular
building blocks you need for any application you
need, available for free.
Simplify theComplexity
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Government Adoption of Open Sourcepresented by
Ben Berry, ODOT Chief Information Officer
govSource
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