Open Document Adoption - Asia - Malaysia

Malaysia

In August 2007, The Malaysian government announced plans to adopt open standards and the Open Document Format (ODF) within the country's public sector. The Malaysian Administration Modernization and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) issued a tender for a nine-month study to evaluate the usage of open standards.

From April 2008 on the use of ODF is mandatory within the public sector.

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