The release by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) of the U.S. Federal Source Code Policy on August 8th achieves the goal laid out in the Obama administration's Second Open Government National Action Plan for improved access to custom software code developed for the federal government.
United Kingdom government websites can now be deployed within minutes by re-using the familiar theme produced by Government Digital Services (GDS) in combination with the Bootstrap framework
The importance of open data in government, the current state of open data in government, and what we need to do to implement true open data.
Martin Yan says the public needs to keep pushing to make government data more easily accessible than ever.
A draft Federal Sourcing Policy announced by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) drives U.S. government (USG) procurement and IT policy.
OSCON presenters Morgan Senkal and Kathy Lee explain obstacles to government adoption of open source software.
Kendra Skeene shares how her team decides which Drupal development projects to pursue.
The bill would provide a tax credit of 20% of "expenses associated with the development of open source and free software."
Mel Chernoff reflects on Opensource.com's top open source in government stories for 2015.
If you haven't heard of 18F, it's time to get them on your radar. In this interview, we speak with Python developer and 18F engineering director Kaitlin Devine before her talk at All Things Open in Raleigh.