The FRUGOS meetup at GIS in the Rockies organized by Brian Timoney was a success. Agencies were well represented: DOE's Western Area Power Administration, DOD (through Booz Allen Hamilton), USGS, and BLM accounted for half the attendees, and this is where the regional open source GIS expertise is found. Booz Allen Hamilton and WAPA use MapServer alongside ArcIMS. The USGS folks are using OSSIM and SPRING. The Bureau of Land Management, on the other hand, is an untracked backcountry slope. These folks are interested, but the Bureau doesn't give them the kind of latitude enjoyed by coordinators and programmers at the USGS, NOAA, or NASA. We all agreed that success stories from other agencies are going to help open source into BLM like nothing else.