Deborah Bryant

Deborah Bryant
Open Source Strategist, Bryant Group

Web site | @debbryant

Deb has earned an international reputation for expertise in the adoption and use of open source software and open development models in the public sector, providing direct guidance and consultation to government on issues like project governance, community models, open source best practices, and open data initiatives.

While at Oregon State University’s Open Source Lab (OSU OSL) she founded the annual Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) and helped state, local and federal government agencies with their adoption of open source software.

Deb serves on numerous boards with an emphasis on open source as enabling technology – Board Adviser for the Open Source Digital Voting Foundation ; National Steering Committee for Open Source for America ; Board Adviser to Code for America ; Board Adviser to Civic Commons ; Member of Crisis Congress ; Advisory Council Member, Intrahealth International Director for DemocracyLab.org

Deb received an O’Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) 2010 Open Source Award in recognition of her contribution to open source communities and advocating its use in government.

Deb was elected in April of 2012 to the Open Source Initiative (OSI) board of directors: http://opensource.org

Sessions

Health
Location: F151
Deborah Bryant (Bryant Group)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 4 ratings)
This talk will provide insight into the growing momentum in the use of open source of Health Care information technology (HIT) in the US and abroad with particular focus on the US Federal Government’s influence as a consumer and creator of HIT. Includes an overview of the breadth of existing oss HIT applications, implications for individual health info, and opportunities to get involved. Read more.
Government
Location: D138
Deborah Bryant (Bryant Group), Joseph Hall (Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University), Gregory Miller (Open Source Digital Voting Foundation)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 6 ratings)
The Open Source Digital Voting Foundation is a three-year old non-profit foundation supporting a full time effort called the TrustTheVote Project. Learn about this imperative effort to create publicly owned, accurate, transparent, trustworthy, and secure voting systems using open source methods and a growing stakeholder community of elections officials and domain experts nationwide. Read more.
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  • Google
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  • CommonPlaces
  • DB Relay
  • FireHost
  • GoDaddy
  • HP
  • HTSQL by Prometheus Research
  • Impetus Technologies Inc.
  • Infobright, Inc
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  • Symbian
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  • WSO2
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