I’m happy to report GOSCON this year is featuring more government open source projects and implementations that ever. I’m especially excited about our Open Public Health IT track which covers the spectrum between local and international governments and vendors. GOSCON is all about building the IT ecosystem and I’m pleased to say this will be an outstanding showcase innovative work done by agencies as thoughtful stewards of our tax dollars. Enough said. Here’s the press release in full for your perusal:
(okay – must add…. you can read the case study for the Health Atlas Ireland project on the epractice.eu web site).
Portland, Ore. – September 18, 2008 – Deb Bryant, Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) director, announced today that the fourth annual 2008 conference will feature an Open Public Health IT track to explore both a strategic direction for open source in the public health sector as well as real-world applications that are in use today by agencies around the world.
For the first time, GOSCON is bringing together thought leaders in government, open source, and public health who will share their deep, practical experience in public health, enterprise architectures, standards, as Continue reading