Neoseeker : News : U.S. government could save billions by going open-source
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Faust Feb 22, 09
This is great. This is the sort of thinking we need to turn around this mess that is our economy.
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SillyPuddee Feb 22, 09
Silly bart. He wrote "race it" on his head!
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THM Feb 22, 09
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Based on a study conducted by various organizations, the U.S. government could potentially save $23.6 billion by going open-source, using virtualization technologies and cloud computing.
Well, that's one of myriad saving methods for Obama Administration. Nevertheless, the inertia of global financial crisis will somehow still affect the overall economy of United States and its partners such as UK, Australia, Canada and so on and so forth. By the time the global financial crisis subsides, the government can emphasise on reducing budget deficits and starts saving budget by utilising miscellaneous federal budget policy initiatives.

Unfortunately, for the time being, no matter how much Obama Administration saves or intends to save, the total national spending or expenditures will still be labelled as major nation building tasks at the expense of federal saving account. Similarly, other Western countries such as Britain, Canada and Australia will also face the same economic problems as the United States regarding excessive budget deficits to counteract economic recession or to protect the domestic economy from falling into imminent recession.

Apropos, Information Technology sectors have more or less little to contribute in revitalising of weak economic markets where closing of foreign and domestic factories, liquidations of both domestic and foreign financial loan markets and voluntary administrations of local business by government prevail. In those aforementioned weak economic circumstances, "saving" is merely just a term for opposition government in parliamentary or congress debates. Saving is definitely not for the government in charge because their current main tasks will be the so-called "Stimulus Package" which is injected into domestic markets to promote local demands. At the same time, some economists argue that "Protectionism" will only harm globalised trade in the amidst of financial crisis.

In conclusion, suffice to say, virtulisation of all forms of technologies in open private markets or in government sectors is still a great policy initiative or proposal to retrieve our losses in terms of share markets or real estate assets which have irrevocably become historic economic lessons for all politicaly minded citizens of democratic nations.
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Guest Feb 22, 09
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Based on a study conducted by various organizations, the U.S. government could potentially save $23.6 billion by going open-source, using virtualization technologies and cloud computing.
Well, that's one of myriad saving methods for Obama Administration. Nevertheless, the inertia of global financial crisis will somehow still affect the overall economy of United States and its partners such as UK, Australia, Canada and so on and so forth. By the time the global financial crisis subsides, the government can emphasise on reducing budget deficits and starts saving budget by utilising miscellaneous federal budget policy initiatives.

Unfortunately, for the time being, no matter how much Obama Administration saves or intends to save, the total national spending or expenditures will still be labelled as major nation building tasks at the expense of federal saving account. Similarly, other Western countries such as Britain, Canada and Australia will also face the same economic problems as the United States regarding excessive budget deficits to counteract economic recession or to protect the domestic economy from falling into imminent recession.

Apropos, Information Technology sectors have more or less little to contribute in revitalising of weak economic markets where closing of foreign and domestic factories, liquidations of both domestic and foreign financial loan markets and voluntary administrations of local business by government prevail. In those aforementioned weak economic circumstances, "saving" is merely just a term for opposition government in parliamentary or congress debates. Saving is definitely not for the government in charge because their current main tasks will be the so-called "Stimulus Package" which is injected into domestic markets to promote local demands. At the same time, some economists argue that "Protectionism" will only harm globalised trade in the amidst of financial crisis.

In conclusion, suffice to say, virtulisation of all forms of technologies in open private markets or in government sectors is still a great policy initiative or proposal to retrieve our losses in terms of share markets or real estate assets which have irrevocably become historic economic lessons for all politicaly minded citizens of democratic nations.
Umm, this comment gives me a profound and deep thinking in initiating my own personal economic stimulus package in New York.
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fudgeboy Feb 22, 09
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Based on a study conducted by various organizations, the U.S. government could potentially save $23.6 billion by going open-source, using virtualization technologies and cloud computing.
Well, that's one of myriad saving methods for Obama Administration. Nevertheless, the inertia of global financial crisis will somehow still affect the overall economy of United States and its partners such as UK, Australia, Canada and so on and so forth. By the time the global financial crisis subsides, the government can emphasise on reducing budget deficits and starts saving budget by utilising miscellaneous federal budget policy initiatives.

Unfortunately, for the time being, no matter how much Obama Administration saves or intends to save, the total national spending or expenditures will still be labelled as major nation building tasks at the expense of federal saving account. Similarly, other Western countries such as Britain, Canada and Australia will also face the same economic problems as the United States regarding excessive budget deficits to counteract economic recession or to protect the domestic economy from falling into imminent recession.

Apropos, Information Technology sectors have more or less little to contribute in revitalising of weak economic markets where closing of foreign and domestic factories, liquidations of both domestic and foreign financial loan markets and voluntary administrations of local business by government prevail. In those aforementioned weak economic circumstances, "saving" is merely just a term for opposition government in parliamentary or congress debates. Saving is definitely not for the government in charge because their current main tasks will be the so-called "Stimulus Package" which is injected into domestic markets to promote local demands. At the same time, some economists argue that "Protectionism" will only harm globalised trade in the amidst of financial crisis.

In conclusion, suffice to say, virtulisation of all forms of technologies in open private markets or in government sectors is still a great policy initiative or proposal to retrieve our losses in terms of share markets or real estate assets which have irrevocably become historic economic lessons for all politicaly minded citizens of democratic nations.
O RLY?
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bobbonew Feb 23, 09
Interesting read Chris!
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mario girl Feb 23, 09
GO LINUX!!!!!!!!!!1
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