GSA Makes the Case for Open Source
Apr 17, 2008, 19:30 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Casey Coleman, the chief information officer of the General
Services Administration, spoke at a Federal Open Source Alliance
Web seminar held earlier today.
"Coleman noted that the GSA does indeed use a wide variety of
open source programs. The agency started using open source for
information systems, though is increasingly using the software for
transactional mission-critical systems. For instance, the agency is
using the JBoss application server for many of its acquisitions
systems, and Linux for its data centers..."