PHOTOS: Speakers laud open source at Red Hat Government Symposium


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Leaders in the technology industry and government gathered Nov. 6 at the Red Hat Government Symposium, hosted by FedScoop, to discuss the future of open source in open data, security and other issues.

Paul Smith, vice president and general manager of Red Hat public sector, welcomes guests at Red Hat Government Symposium at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

John Robinson, principal consultant, DISA STAX Program; John Keese, president and CEO, Autonomic Resources; Chet Hayes, CTO, enterprise information technology group, SAIC; and Aaron Pestel, middleware and cloud IC manager, Red Hat.

Kshemendra Paul, program manager of the information sharing environment at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

Arun Oberoi, executive vice president of global sales and services for Red Hat, makes the opening remarks at the symposium.

Retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Nick Justice speaks on open source in government.

Ben Balter talks about GitHub at the Red Hat Government Symposium.

Robert Brese, CIO at the Energy Department, speaks to the crowd.

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Aaron Pestel, Applications & Software, Ben Balter, Chet Hayes, John Keese, John Robinson, Kshemendra Paul, Nick Justice, open source, Paul Smith, Red Hat, Robert Brese, Tech
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