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Monday, 12 January 2009



Is the Malaysian govt attempting any opensource IT development projects?

Are there constituents who could be providing skills, knowledge, innovation that the govt doesn't have to improve their IT infrastructure more efficiently and effectively?

It would be great if the US could accomplish the same thing: http://snipr.com/9y262

Dinesh Nair


the malaysian government, through its statuatory body MAMPU, has set up the Open Source Competency Centre to assist government ministries, departments and agencies deploy open source software. the OSCC has also developed some open source software for use by Malaysian government entities.

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