Open Source Observatory September 2018

The Open Source Observatory (OSOR.eu) articles I wrote for the European Commission in September 2018.

Bulgaria prepares to build its own central code repository European cities reuse Madrid’s open source citizen participation solution
In November, Bulgaria’s state eGovernment agency SEGA will award a contract for building the country’s open source code repository. Consul, the citizen participation platform shared as open source by the city of Madrid (Spain), is being implemented in 18 countries across the world.
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Germany funds open source security check for SMEs
Vilnius: “Open source improves our public services”
South London healthcare service validates its open source approach
Italy about to test its mobile app for eGovernment services
Hackathon award for Latvian open source preschool directory
Trade group praises Portuguese public sector projects