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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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Deb Bryant | Deb is Senior Director, Open Source and Standards at Red Hat, where she champions her team's mission to make upsteam open source projects wildly successful, and loves her job.She serves on numerous boards and councils with public trust agendas and an emphasis on open source to achieve their objectives; National Steering Committee for Open Source for America; Board Adviser to Open Source Elections Technology (OSET) Foundation, Code for America, and Intrahealth International’s