How Spanish administrations reuse software

Carsten Agger agger at
Thu Jun 21 08:26:15 UTC 2018

Hi Erik

A suggestion, someone to talk to could be Rasmus Frey from the Danish 
OS2 collaboration,

That's a cooperation between Danish municipalities to build and share 
freely-licensed and publicly available products to replace proprietary 
ones, but also just as a way of getting new things built.

My company is currently working within this framework to build things 
like employee/organisationn hierarchy maintenance and IdM as free 
software with open standards, replacing *very* expensive proprietary 



On 06/20/2018 03:07 PM, Erik Albers wrote:
> Hi all,
> in the light of our Public Money? Public Code! campaign we are running a
> series of interviews to highlight best practices for publishing code.
> The first one is with Elena Muñoz Salinero, head of the Technology Transfer
> Centre, about how Spanish administrations reuse software. It all starts with a
> law in 2007 and ends up now in the obligation and technical solutions for
> public administrations to share and reuse their self-developed software.
> Give it a read at:
> Best,
>     Erik

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