Joshua L. Davis
|Focus||Open-source software in the military|
|Formerly called||Military Open Source Software Working Group|
Mil-OSS, also known as the Military Open Source Software Working Group, is a group that promotes the use and creation of open source software in the United States Department of Defense. Every year, the organization hosts a conference promoting open source solutions to military problems, generally held at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. Mil-OSS is considered a working group of Open Source for America.
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- Toon, John (2009). "Open Source Movement May Accelerate Military Software Development". Georgia Tech Research Institute. Retrieved 2011-12-21.
- "GTRI to Host Military Open Source Software Working Group". Georgia Tech Research Institute. 2009. Retrieved 2011-12-21.
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