Mil-OSS hosts its 2nd Annual Working Group August 3-5, 2009 in Arlington, Virginia. This year's discussions focused on how to more rapidly create and deploy military capabilities utilizing open source software for the U.S. Service Members.
WASHINGTON, D.C., AUG 2-5, 2010 — The Military Open Source Software (Mil-OSS) community will hold its Second Annual Working Group (WG2) Aug. 2-5 in Washington, D.C. at the Waterview Conference Center.
Mil-OSS holds its first annual Working Group in Atlanta, Georgia August 12th - 13th, 2009 at the Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center.
Discussion centered around the role of OSS for military applications and fell primarily into three tracks—Geospatial OSS, General OSS and Miscellaneous Topics. This non-classified event was open to all interested parties and had 18 presentations.
Daniel Risacher, Associate Director of Enterprise Services & Integration at the DoD CIO and member of Mil-OSS was named to Federal Computer Week's Federal 100 for 2010 for his role in the 2009 DoD Memo clearing the way for Open Source within the military.
Lockheed Martin is upgrading Defense Department software infrastructure on Open Source. The award is part of the department's ongoing initiative to share the vast volume of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data.
ATLANTA, GA, AUGUST 12-13, 2009 — The initial gathering of the Military Open Source Software (Mil-OSS) Working Group will take place here on Aug. 12 and 13 at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Conference Center. The group will discuss the role of open source software for military applications.