Open Source Management Assessment

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Achieve Industry Best Practices with Open Source

For enterprises that have not yet implemented an open source management program, Black Duck Consulting offers a quick and easy way to learn about industry best practices and assess organizational readiness and governance maturity. The easy-to-use, Open Source Management Assessment (OSMA), begins with a free self-guided client survey and includes a phone consultation. The assessment is designed to help clients accelerate the implementation of a governance program by weeks or months.

The OSMA evaluates your organization with respect to the eight keys of open source readiness and management:

Black Duck - Eight Keys to Open Source Readiness and Management

1. Open Source Discovery 5. Maintenance and Support
2. Review and Selection 6. Compliance Program
3. Supply Chain Management 7. Community Interaction
4. Code Management 8. Executive Oversight

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Get a Open Source Management Assessment and quickly benchmark your organization’s use of open source software against industry best practices.

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