Your Open Source Program Office is not about the office you work in or the tools you use. Your OSPO should bring together people with different perspectives and expertise so that your organization can use open source correctly and effectively - no matter what you do.
What is the overall goal of your organization? What strategies do you want to pursue, and what risks do you want to take? Consider:
How does open source fit into the software development lifecycle? What about:
Working with open source requires high levels of automation. Who is responsible for:
Open source is a community activity. How do you talk about your open source efforts with others?
Your OSPO can have a big effect on your ability to attract and retain great people. Think about: