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Uzbek-Korean forum on free and open software issues was held

15.08.2017

On August 14-15, 2017, the Ministry on development of Information Technologies and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan jointly with the National Agency for the Development of the Information Technology Industry of the Republic of Korea (NIPA) held the Uzbek-Korean forum on free and open source software

At the meeting the vice-president of the Agency, Mr. Kim Tae Yul takes part.
This Forum is held for the second year and aims to promote the development of the national software market by studying the experience of using open source software for "e-government" in the Republic of Korea.
At the Forum presents reports and presentations of experts, faculty members, managers of large IT companies in Korea on the national experience in software development.
Participants of the Forum noted the reforms implemented in Uzbekistan for the development of ICT and e-government, the actualization of digitalization issues for raising the country's economy to a new level of development. It was noted that the adoption of the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On measures to radically improve the conditions for the development of the information technology industry in the republic" was launched on June 30, 2017, which marked the beginning of a new stage in the development of the sphere of software development and development in the country.
Within the framework of the meeting, the Korean side presents ready-made solutions for open source software available for use in automated and intelligent systems.
FOSS is a type of the software (software) being at the same time and the free (executables are available for free) and open (the source code is available for free and can be changed).
Source: Information Service