OSSI releases eGovernment web services platform

Friday, 7 November 2003, 1:02 PM EST

The Open Source Software Institute (OSSI) announced the release and availability of Project Leopard (Phase 1), the core component of its eGovernment web services platform based on LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python).

LAMP serves as a foundation upon which powerful and scalable web-based programs can be developed and implemented in an open-source environment.

Project Leopard is a web services application framework that provides fast, efficient access and implementation of LAMP technology for eGovernment programs.

OSSI also announced the formation of the Open Government Interoperability Standard (OGIS) working group. The OGI Standard will serve as the policy guideline for modules and applications developed using the Leopard program.

Working group members include representatives from government, academic and corporate sectors.

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