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.

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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.

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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.

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

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

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

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

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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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