Strategizing the use of open source in the public sector

A forthcoming book, Open Source for Knowledge And Learning Management, edited by Miltiadis Lytras and Ambjorn Naeve has a substantial chapter – “Methodological Considerations in Strategizing the Use of Open Source in the Public Sector” – that I co-wrote with Christian Wernberg-Tougaard, Kristoffer Herning, and Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz, all of Unisys.

In our chapter, we present and discuss an evaluation model build to describe the different layers of impact on a government organisation when deciding whether to use open source or traditional software.

The book should be available in December, just in time for the Christmas shopping! It can already now be pre-ordered from Amazon.

Bonus link: Christian has a blog. Subscribed.

book, eGovernment, evaluation_model, open source, Openization, public sector
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