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1 1 of 30 Free Software In Brazil Federal Government Logistics and Information Technology Secretariat Planning, Budget, and Management Ministry Brazilian Government The know how Brazil wants to share

2 2 of 30 Environment 2003/ Migration to Free Software Critical to Success Documentation Standard License Training ?

3 3 of 30 Critical to Success Documentation Standard License Training Week of Trainning Actions Documentation of the migrations to Free Software e-PING standard CC_GPL Environment 2003/ Migration to Free Software

4 4 of 30 Aproximation of two critical elements of success Critical to Success Documentation Standard License Training Week of Trainning Actions Documentation of the migrations to Free Software e-PING standard CC_GPL Environment 2003/ Migration to Free Software

5 5 of 30 Brazil Comparison of Initiatives European Community European Community and Brazilian Government

6 6 of 30 Free Software Brazil Open Source Denomination of the Software (concept) ‏ Comparison of Initiatives European Community European Community and Brazilian Government

7 7 of 30 Freedom Free Software Brazil Cost Open Source Justification of Use (focus) ‏ Denomination of the Software (concept) ‏ Comparison of Initiatives European Community European Community and Brazilian Government

8 8 of 30 Many real cases Few real cases Examples of Adoption (experience) ‏ Freedom Free Software Brazil Cost Open Source Justification of Use (focus) ‏ Denomination of the Software (concept) ‏ Comparison of Initiatives European Community European Community and Brazilian Government

9 9 of 30 WithWithout Institutional Relationship with the Free Software Guide (responsibly) ‏ Many real cases Few real cases Examples of Adoption (experience) ‏ Freedom Free Software Brazil Cost Open Source Justification of Use (focus) ‏ Denomination of the Software (concept) ‏ Comparison of Initiatives European Community European Community and Brazilian Government

10 10 of 30 Open Standards Community Free License Free Software Ecosystem

11 11 of 30 Government as user Free Software Timeline

12 12 of 30 Open Standards Free Software Timeline

13 13 of 30 Compliance with Internet Adoption of XML Adoption of browsers Development and adoption of Electronic Government Metadata Standards Development and maintenance of a Government Categories List Market support Free Software Timeline - e-PING

14 14 of 30 Study of the legal aspect of the GPL license in accordance with Brazilian Laws: ITI and FGV Open Standards Free License Free Software Timeline – Legal aspect of GPL

15 15 of 30 Open Standards Community Free License Free Software Timeline - Community

16 16 of 30 Brazilian Public Software Shared development communities Government as developer, donor and user of software solutions. In the beginning there was CACIC: Inventory of Hardware and Software. The First Brazilian Government Software Released as GPL. Nowadays, there is about 15 solutions available in the public software portal The Portal has 20 thousand subscripted users Free Software in and of the Brazilian Government

17 17 of 30 Open Standards Community Free License Free Software Ecosystem in the Brazilian Government

18 18 of 30 Communication / Awareness DiagnosticTraining Migrações SupportMigration Documentation Cycles Free Software Migration Plan Learn and Adapt

19 19 of 30 Brazilian Digital Television

20 20 of 30 Presentation Machine Ginga-NCL (2 versions) ‏ Developed in the Java programming language Windows and Linux compatible Directed for the interative applications development Developed in the C++ programming language Linux compatible High-performance version, to be embedded on the receptors Demands high expertise oin the instalation process. Recommended for middleware or receptors developers. Composer Developed in Java Available for Windows and Linux Recommended for interactive applications developers Free Software Successul Initiatives

21 21 of 30 Free Software Successul Initiatives Federal Income Tax – electronic declaration In 2004 first release of the multiplataform java program to declare the income tax In 2007, more than 98% of the Income Tax has been sent by Internet In 2009, the java program will be the only program available to declare the income tax e-Proinfo - An e-learning project that has already trained 50 thousand students ICP-Brazil - Public key infrastructure established in 2001: regulates the use of digital certificates. 2007: 52.3 thousand certificates released

22 22 of 30 Reduced interest rates financing computers with government approved patterns; Equipment with free and open softwares; Industry and revenue growth with job creation. Computer for All Computer Reconditioning Centers - CRCs Retrieve computers and peripherals discharged; 3 Computer Reconditioning Centers implemented; Inspired by Canada's Computers for Schools project. All the computers are delivered with free and open software All the computers are delivered with free and open software Free Software Successul Initiatives

23 23 of 30 Federal Government released standards of accessibility and interoperability. e-PING - e-Government Interoperability Standards e-MAG – e-Government Acessibility Model Standards Free Software Successul Initiatives

24 24 of 30 Suppliers Partnership SIASGSIASG Other Government databases Free Software Successul Initiatives Government Procurement System ComprasNet Management Units Management Units

25 25 of 30 Government Procurement System All purchases from jan-mar – 2002 to 2008

26 26 of 30 Evolution of savings due to use of electronic reverse auction, comparative to reference value – 2002 to 2006 (US$) ‏

27 27 of 30 Electronic Vote Brazil uses electronic vote since 1995; 4.5% per year. electorate growth; 136,8 million people voted in 2006 election; Completely digital voting process since 2000; In each election a new version of voting machine is launched The next version of the vote machine will use Gnu/Linux OS. The next version of the vote machine will use Gnu/Linux OS. Successful Initiatives

28 28 of 30 Development of the document “Guide of Technological Innovation in Cluster and Grid”. Research, development and practical application of Cluster and Grid technologies: High Availability, Load Balance, Database replication, distributed mass storage and virtualization. The next Government Procurement System will be based on free software and cluster technologies. In 2006 it was realized the First Seminary on Technology Innovation with the application of cluster and grid in the environment of Brazilian Federal Government. 42 technical talks. Technological Innovations

29 29 of 30 Technological Innovations The governmement is funding research and development of E-Government and Critical Systems based on Free Cluster and Grid technologies. The first system using this technologies will be the government procurement system, also know as “Comprasnet” citizen

30 30 of 30 Rogério Santanna Secretary for Logistics and Technology Information Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management


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