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Ximian's Miguel de Icaza to promote open source in government
May 14, 2003

Ximian's CTO Miguel de Icaza has been named to Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute (CSPRI) at The George Washington University (GW) to provide his insight for implementing Linux software in the public sector.

"National governments, especially in the developing world, have been a prime early adopter audience for Linux potential, as the cost savings and control of technology associated with Linux solutions are very attractive," said de Icaza. "In addition, we are seeing significant interest among U.S. federal, state and local agencies that feel open source options provide more flexibility and better security over the alternatives. I am proud to lend my insight in these areas to the Institute."

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