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Open Technology Development (OTD): Lessons Learned & Best Practices for Military Software

Open Technology Development (OTD): Lessons Learned & Best Practices for Military Software

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The purpose of this document is to help U.S. government personnel and contractors implement open
technology development (OTD) for software within government projects, particularly in defense.
OTD is an approach to software/system development in which developers in different military, federal,
commercial and possibly public organizations can collaboratively develop and maintain software or a
system in a decentralized fashion. OTD depends on open standards and interfaces, open source software
and designs, collaborative and distributed online tools, and technological agility.
The purpose of this document is to help U.S. government personnel and contractors implement open
technology development (OTD) for software within government projects, particularly in defense.
OTD is an approach to software/system development in which developers in different military, federal,
commercial and possibly public organizations can collaboratively develop and maintain software or a
system in a decentralized fashion. OTD depends on open standards and interfaces, open source software
and designs, collaborative and distributed online tools, and technological agility.

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2011 OTD Lessons Learned2
Open Technology Development (OTD):Lessons Learned & Best Practices for Military Software
2011-05-16 Sponsored by the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Networks & InformationIntegration) (NII) / DoD Chief Information Officer (CIO) and theUnder Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (AT&L)
This document is released under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 (
CC- BY-SA
) License. You are free to share (to copy, distribute and transmit the work) and toremix (to adapt the work), under the condition of attribution (you must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests thatthey endorse you or your use of the work)). For more information, seehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ .The U.S. government has unlimited rights to this document per DFARS 252.227-7013.Portions of this document were originally published in the Software Tech News, Vol.14, No.1, January 2011. See https://softwaretechnews.thedacs.com/ for more information.
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Acknowledgements
Development of this document was sponsored by Dan Risacher of the Assistant Secretary of Defense(Networks & Information Integration) (NII) / DoD Chief Information Officer (CIO), Fritz Schulz of theUnder Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (AT&L) Rapid FieldingDirectorate, the AT&L Cross-cutting Studies Group and Heather Burke of SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic (SSC LANT).This document was authored by John Scott, David A. Wheeler, Mark Lucas, and J.C. Herz.The authors would like to thank the following groups and individuals for their edits, inputs, help andguidance: John Weathersby, Kane McLean, Gunnar Hellekson, Josh Davis, Deb Bryant, Scott Goodwin,the MIL-OSS working group (http://mil-oss.org& http://groups.google.com/group/mil-oss) and manyothers.
Submitted By: ________________________________________________ Name: John Scott, Contractor DateTitle: Sr. Systems Engineer & Open Technologies Lead, RadiantBlue Technologies, Inc.Approved by: ________________________________________________ Name: Mr. Fritz Schultz, U.S. Government DateTitle: Oversight Executive, OASD Research & Engineering, Rapid Field DirectorateApproved by: ________________________________________________ Name: Mr. Dan Risacher, U.S. Government DateTitle: Associate Director, Office of the DoD CIO, Enterprise Services & Integration

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