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U.S. Government Launches Code.gov Open Source Project

The Stack | November 4, 2016

The federal government of the United States has announced the launch of Code.Gov, an open source repository of original code developed for government projects.

U.S. CIO Tony Scott demonstrated Code.gov at this week’s Code for America Summit, an annual civic technology meeting held in Oakland, CA.

Code.gov is starting with the code resources from 50 different governmental projectsacross 10 different agencies. However, that number is expected to grow as departments begin to implement the Federal Source Code Policy, which led to the creation of Code.gov.

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