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Open Source Program Office
The Open Source Program Office (OSPO) mission is to make open source projects be wildly successful. This is a team within Red Hat that has similar responsibilities to the former OSAS and Community Architecture team.
OSPO is responsible for the Fedora budget, which lies within their cost center, in conjunction with the FPL. This includes doing reimbursements, direct purchases (travel, swag, or otherwise), working with community credit card holders, working with FAmSCo and regional ambassador groups, working with Premier Fedora Event owners, communicating budget status on a regular basis, and projecting budgets for future years.
If you have questions about OSPO or the Fedora budget, Ruth Suehle is a good contact.
Previously, some of the same responsibilities were handled by the OSAS and Community Architecture teams in Red Hat, which no longer exist as such. That team's pages may be useful for historical purposes.
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