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Government agencies adopt open source

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Starting with the tagline, "State, cities see savings in sharing software," the Boston Globe writes, "State and city governments, spearheaded by Massachusetts, are becoming the newest converts to the open source software movement."

"Massachusetts chief information officer Peter J. Quinn, the collaborative's chairman, plans to detail these developments Wednesday at a breakfast held in conjunction with the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, opening today in Boston's Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center."

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