The OSFA Mentor Program wants to make it simple for advocates to make the case for open source. The all-volunteer Mentors can help explain open source, its advantages, and where it’s being used in the Federal government today.

Mentors can also help open source projects and companies that want to do more work with the Federal government. We think that working with the government is complicated enough without any confusion around open source. We can help.

Want to work with an OSFA Mentor? We want to hear from you!

If you’d like to become an OSFA Mentor, let us know!

The Mentors also maintain a catalog of useful whitepapers, template presentations, and other collateral that make it easy for you to make the case yourself.