Public administration and free software in Italy

This talk has been presented by Laura GARBATI, during the 2018 edition with the thematic “Compliance & conformance processes in the time of mainstream Open Source”.

Public Administration and free software in Italy

In the light of the new legislation of the digital administration code, and of the Agid guidelines in publication, an example of how these principles can be declined in a public administration: strategies, organization, contractual clauses and a common license strategy. A proposal for a vademecum to manage the development of open solutions, establish a center of internal expertise and make a compatibility check, in order to publish not only an application but a truly reusable project. Finally, take advantage of the community as a public value for reuse 2.0.

About Laura GARBATI :

Lawyer and mum of 43 years, from the youth passionate about technology and free software, graduated with honors with a thesis on the Internet and privacy in European countries; she received a master’s degree in IT law anche Legal Informatics at the University of Bologna and – this September – a master’s degree in free software management in Turin. She worked in a medium-sized legal firm in Milan dealing with privacy and copyright and today she works at the CSI-Piemonte, a consortium for the management of information systems of public entities in Piedmont, where she deals with intellectual property – especially applied to software – licensing management, research and development and international projects.