As the hosting party, would that government have access to the source code? This question was raised in the context of potential linkage/interoperability of CPIMS+ with other government systems, which might entail data protection risks.
Everyone has access to the source code as Primero is open source software. However, having access to the source code does not mean access to CPIMS+ configurations and they would not be able to easily make the system inter-operable. This requires significant expertise. Also this could be discussed with government/UNICEF in a transparent manner and would need to be included in any ISP.
Can a government partner integrate with Primero?
Primero has an API available for integrations with other systems. It is suggested the CO undertake an as-is and planned landscape assessment as part of the planning and analysis phase to better understand the requirements and opportunities.