Thank you to all who joined us at the first Government Open Source Conference in Washington, D.C. on November 5, 2009. The conference was a huge success, bringing together government and open source supporters to share successes and discuss the role of open source technology within the U.S. Government. Please click here to view videos, recordings, and slides from the different sessions at GOSCON D.C.
Thank you to attendees, speakers and sponsors for making the day a success!
Red Hat and Carahsoft have collaborated with the Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) to expand the RHGUDC and are pleased to announce GOSCON DC. This year, the conference featured a new track: The Open Technology Forum, showcasing the latest innovations, best practices and trends within the government's expansive adoption of open source technologies.
What is the Open Technology Forum Track?
The Open Technology Forum Track gave engineers, developers, architects and business decision-makers from federal, state, and local government agencies the opportunity to come together to learn how to leverage and replicate successful deployments. The forum consisted of breakout sessions along with a hands-on computer lab.
What is GOSCON?
GOSCON, a non-profit educational conference, is the premier government open source event now in its sixth year and for the first time in Washington, D.C., at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center.
The inaugural GOSCON DC comprised a strategic policy and management track, a track of government success stories and the Open Technology Forum Track. Attendees also had the opportunity to visit our hands-on open source labs to see open source software in action.
Learn how government agencies are fulfilling specific mission-critical initiatives in more secure, cost-effective and innovative ways than ever before.
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