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Federal open licensing playbook
U.S. Department of State [corporate]

PeriodicalPages 1-28
PublisherU.S. Department of State

The U.S. Department of State released the Federal Open Licensing Playbook, a list of considerations, use cases, and recommendations for federal departments interested in developing and implementing open license requirements on federally-funded grant projects. It is designed to assist federal efforts to maximize the impact of grant funds, and create opportunities for innovation and collaborative practices using federally-funded resources.

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Keywords Advocacy · copyright reform · education · government · OER policy · open licensing policy · open policy · playbook

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