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The Rise of the Open Source Program Office

Open source software is fundamentally different from proprietary software. Often, different teams use and/or build open source differently. Because of this variability, it needs to be approached differently.

Managing this strategy is the job of the OSPO (Open Source Program Office). But what is an OSPO? And how do you build one?

Download The Rise of the Open Source Program Office for information on:

  • Things to know when evaluating your need for an OSPO
  • Areas managed by an OSPO
  • Roles key to an OSPO's success
  • The key pillars of a successful OSPO
  • A list of resources to read if you want to build an OSPO

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