Federal News Radio: Amid congressional mandate to open source DoD’s software code, Code.mil serves as guidepost

Federal News Radio: Amid congressional mandate to open source DoD’s software code, Code.mil serves as guidepost . “As part of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act, the Defense Department has until June to start moving much of its custom-developed software source code to a central repository and begin managing and licensing it via open source methods. The mandate might prove daunting for an organization in which open source practices are relatively scarce, especially considering that, until recently, there was no established open source playbook for the federal government. That’s begun to change, however, with the Office of Management and Budget’s code.gov, and its DoD corollary, code.mil, run by the Defense Digital Service (DDS).”