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Department of Commerce app challenge—an interview with Mike Kruger
From opensource.com, by Mark Bohannon, VP of Corporate Affairs and Global Public Policy at Red Hat, March 7, 2012
Last month, the US Department of Commerce (DOC) announced a "Commerce Business Apps Challenge" to developers to look for innovative ways to utilize the Department’s and other publicly available data to help businesses identify opportunities, grow, enhance productivity and create jobs.
With the submission deadline of April 30 fast approaching, I interviewed the Department’s Mike Kruger who is heading up the effort.
- Read the full interview