Australian IT: NSW RTA Makes Open Source Move
Jun 25, 2004, 04:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Simon Hayes)
[ Thanks to Overchargedbydart for this link.
"THE NSW Government has made official its push into open source,
launching a $1.5 million deployment of what may be the state's
largest-ever rollout of open source software on the desktop.
"The NSW Roads and Traffic Authority--traditionally a big
Microsoft user--is tipping savings of $2 million a year from the
rollout of Sun Microsystems' Star Office package to registry
managers and the Mozilla browser and email client to 1500 computers
used by the authority's front counter staff in vehicle registries
across the state..."