Building a Successful Open Source Program Office

Are you strategically managing your open source use and policies? Maybe yes, maybe no. Given the continued increase in security risks with headline-making vulnerabilities like Log4j and Spring, maybe you’re in planning mode. Because of the potential variability across your organization in how open source and third-party code is owned, used and distributed, it needs to be centrally and strategically managed. This is the job of an Open Source Program Office (OSPO).

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