For a long time, Free and Open Source Software has been more a "potential" rather than a reality in Public Administration, dominated by large private sector IT contracts. In the last few years, however, Public Administrations around the world have really started to take FOSS seriously on a formal basis, with significant initiatives (such as laws fostering free software adoption or distribution by Public Administrations, and the EU "Join-Up" program).

This year's EOLE webinars, held in association with the CSI Piemonte, will focus on the current legal issues of creating and using free and open source software in public administration.

2020

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