Open	  Content	  Management	  Meets	  the	  	  Federal	  Digital	  Strategy	  	  James	  Mathieson,	  Product	  Manager	  ...
anytime, anywhere on any device“Identify shared and open contentmanagement system (CMS) solutions andsupport implementatio...
open	  shared	  content	  CMS	  toolkit	  community	  and	  training	  plaCorm	  
 sites.usa.gov	  is	  a	  shared	  service	  to	  help	  agencies	  focus	  on	  crea?ng	  content	  rather	  than	  on	  ...
OPEN:	  Built	  on	  an	  open-­‐source	  plaCorm	  that	  runs	  millions	  of	  sites	  (WordPress),	  sites.usa.gov	  h...
sites.usa.gov	  offers	  o Standard	  CMS	  plaCorm	  o Managed	  service	  o Cost	  effec?ve	  o  No	  infrastructure	  to	...
Benefits	  o  Secure,	  fast,	  cloud	  hos?ng	  via	  GSA	  (meets	  all	  the	  rules)	  o  Agency	  control	  over	  the...
Who	  should	  use	  sites?	  sites	  users	  small	  agencies	  commi[ees,	  working	  groups	  Mul?-­‐agency	  groups	  ...
ques?ons?	  
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Learn from James Mathieson, of the General Servcies Administration, as he discusses how sites.usa.gov plays into their Digital Government Strategy and what the future holds for this innovative platform.

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WordPress Powers Sites.USA.gov

  1. 1. Open  Content  Management  Meets  the    Federal  Digital  Strategy    James  Mathieson,  Product  Manager  Gwynne  Kos?n,  Director  Digital  Services  Innova?on  Center  
  2. 2. anytime, anywhere on any device“Identify shared and open contentmanagement system (CMS) solutions andsupport implementation through training andbest practices. This will offer agencies analternative to building their own platforms inisolation and enable code sharing andmodular development.”
  3. 3. open  shared  content  CMS  toolkit  community  and  training  plaCorm  
  4. 4.  sites.usa.gov  is  a  shared  service  to  help  agencies  focus  on  crea?ng  content  rather  than  on  building  systems  to  deliver  that  content.  
  5. 5. OPEN:  Built  on  an  open-­‐source  plaCorm  that  runs  millions  of  sites  (WordPress),  sites.usa.gov  has  features  to  help  you  tag  and  structure  your  content,    import  your  content  and  export  it  later.  FLEXIBLE:  Use  your  own  graphics.  Upload  videos  and  photos.  Manage  authors  and  editors.  Choose  from  different  themes  and  plug-­‐ins.  All  to  meet  your  agency  mission  MOBILE:  Deliver  content  any?me,  anywhere  and  on  any  device.  Mobile  themes  let  your  users  get  your  content  on  their  phones,  tablets  and  desktops.  
  6. 6. sites.usa.gov  offers  o Standard  CMS  plaCorm  o Managed  service  o Cost  effec?ve  o  No  infrastructure  to  maintain  o  No  soUware  licensing  costs  o Agencies  focus  on  the  important  stuff  –  the  content  o Community  of  users  
  7. 7. Benefits  o  Secure,  fast,  cloud  hos?ng  via  GSA  (meets  all  the  rules)  o  Agency  control  over  the  look  and  feel,  publishing,  user  access  o  Easy  to  use  publishing  system  available  anywhere  (computer  +  mobile)  o  Mul?-­‐media,  social  networking,  search  op?miza?on  o  Mobile  ready  designs    o  Content  reuse  –  enter  once,  display  as  needed  o  Shared  content  pool  o  Early  adopter  privileges  
  8. 8. Who  should  use  sites?  sites  users  small  agencies  commi[ees,  working  groups  Mul?-­‐agency  groups  Bootstrappers  Any  dot-­‐gov  
  9. 9. ques?ons?  
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