Israeli projects for improvement of government services go open source

In an business open source conference held today (June 10th) in Tel Aviv, Michael Eitan, Minister of Improvement of Government Services, said that projects under his responsibility will go open source to improve transparency. More info at TheMarker (in Hebrew, English version by Google translate). A pilot with a focus group should begin soon for testing the changes.

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One response to “Israeli projects for improvement of government services go open source

  1. Does they use free software in their offices as well? Let’s convert them to Linux/Open Office/Firefox!😀

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