"As we celebrate the holiday season and prepare for the next
round of legislation, a group of state and local governments has
banded together to collect and distribute freely the costly
software that normally runs taxpayers $100 billion annually. Called
the Government Open Code Collaborative or GOCC.gov, this
organization states that its members work together voluntarily to
encourage 'the sharing, at no cost, of computer code developed for
and by government entities where the redistribution of this code is
"In addition to state and local governments, the organization
also encourages collaboration between public sector entities and
non-profit academic institutions..."
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