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[libreoffice-marketing] Federal German Procurement: current developments


I just recently came across this (German) video:


by Anke Domscheit-Berg giving updates on "IT-Konsolidation des Bundes". It does
not contain any huge revelations, but some details on the changes in german
federal procurement -- including possibly the slow acceptance of open source as a
relevant feature -- is interesting.

It might be worthwhile to follow Anke Domscheit-Berg to have early awareness
about opportunities for LibreOffice and Open Source in general to help pushing
things in the right direction. Regardless of political agenda, I dont think
there currently is any other federal german politician that offers these close
details on the development of german policy wrt digial topics.

And yes, this is a very German thing -- but even outside Germany, it might be
useful -- e.g. for discussions on the EU level or simply to nag politicians
elsewhere with "Look how transparent (some) German politicians are about their
digital agenda? Shouldnt you be too?"



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