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Open-Source Benefits to Govt Outweigh Misconceptions, Report Says

BY Miranda Neubauer | Wednesday, November 27 2013

DC.gov, running on Drupal

Security challenges, lack of education, interoperability concerns and licensing and legal concerns are some of the top obstacles government officials see for adopting open-source software in agencies, according to a survey in a recent report from GovLoop. Nevertheless, the benefits are clear, the report says. Read More

Open-Source Software for Governments in Spain

BY Miranda Neubauer | Wednesday, May 30 2012

Two autonomous regions of Spain have recently made strides towards promoting open-source software for governmental use. Read More

Mozilla Asks DHS to Justify Killing Firefox Add-on that Routes Around Seized Domains

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, May 6 2011

Firefox logo The battle over U.S. law enforcement's domain name seizures has moved onto the browser plug-in front. Mozilla, the open-source development organization that supports the development of the Firefox browser, ... Read More

Obama Puts Dollars Behind Open-Sourcing Education

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, January 21 2011

Lansing Community College; photo credit: Kevin Yezbick. Read More

Drupal in da House? Kinda!

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, January 14 2011

Cross-section of the Capitol dome and rotunda by Thomas U. Walter; image credit: Architect of the Capitol. Read More

With a Hat Tip to WhiteHouse.gov, The Nation Goes Drupal

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, May 4 2010

Credit: TheNation.com As of this morning, the Nation magazine is the proud parent of a zippy new Drupal-based website, over at TheNation.com. Read More