What does an open source program office do?

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“As more organizations realize the advantages of open source, many are looking for ways to integrate open source technologies and strategies into their own business practices. But they’ve learned that simply throwing developers into an open source project and hoping for the best isn’t enough to really reap those advantages. Increasingly, organizations are also recognizing the need for building centralized open source programs offices (OSPOs) that nurture, guide, and align open source best practices with business strategy.” – says Brian Proffitt from Red Hat.

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