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Query on Open Source Compliance Lead role
Amanda Brock <amanda.brock@...>
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We have a weekly blog at OpenUK and I wonder if one of you would be interested in contributing a post on what Open Chain adoption means to a business and perhaps share experience?
The way we have been handling these roles is to look at the purpose of the role and how that is being fulfilled. If it is being addressed by a team, then it is good. The Roles & Responsibilities tab is really an example, and not a list of required roles. You have to refer back to the standard to understand what that role would do and how it can be fulfilled in your organization. My organization is larger and the way our compliance is structured, it makes more sense to have one person who is the lead. He is the Business Owner for the compliance activity and responsible for the budget for the team, so it's a good fit.
But, you have to figure out what is right for your org, and identify the roles that work for your org.
HS, Siddarth <Siddarth.HS@...>
This is Siddarth from Open Source Team at Elektrobit. We are in process of self-certification of Open Chain Standard. We have one query regarding a full time role called Open Source Compliance Lead.
We have an Open Source Review Board and all members fulfils the role and perform tasks of an Open Source Compliance Lead, so we wanted to know is it mandatory to appoint one person as Open Source Compliance Lead?
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