The real world example for this level of diligence goes back to having and managing an actionable open source policy. Open source review boards that have monthly, bi -monthly, weekly, or even impromptu daily meetings about what can and cannot be used and under what conditions need the ability to quickly identify and document these occurrences, make decisions, implement critical policy rule changes and communicate all of this easily to the organization. One new or changed file can make a big difference in protecting millions of dollars of development and intellectual property.
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