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The entire State of Pahang moves to OpenOffice.org

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Its just been made official that the State of Pahang is migrating all its productivity suites to OpenOffice.org.

This succint memo from the State Secretary of Pahang entitled "Perlaksanaan Penggunaan Perisian OpenOffice.Org Di Semua Agensi dan Pentadbiran Negeri" (translated: "Implementing the use of OpenOffice.org suite in all State Agencies and Administrative centres") outlines the reasons for migrating, the benefits and how to proceed.

Here's my rather rough translation from Bahasa Malaysia to English. Apologies in advance (corrections are welcomed):

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