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Open government communities survey--be counted

Posted 16 Sep 2011 by 

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If you’re involved in open government, I encourage you to participate in this first informal open government communities survey. The objective of the short survey is to create a view of the broad community of constituents that comprise the open government movement, with a special interest in understanding the interplay and influence of open source software and the open source community in forwarding their objectives.

The first set of responses collected by September 18th will travel to Northern Ireland for my presentation at the OpenGov Conference in Belfast on September 22nd, 2011. Results of the survey will be shared this fall on the Government Open Source Conference website.

Thanks in advance or your participation.

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Deborah has earned an international reputation for expertise in the adoption and use of open source software and open development models in the public sector through her work in private and public industry and academia. Based in direct industry experience and research, she provides professional guidance to public and private enterprise on their approach to open source, governance and community engagement. She’s also passionate about open and transparent government and the use of open

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