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How Plone is bringing the benefits of open source to the private sector. Dylan Jay from PretaWeb presents at CeBIT Sydney.

How Plone is bringing the benefits of open source to the private sector. Dylan Jay from PretaWeb presents at CeBIT Sydney.

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  • 1. Bringing open source to the public sector By Dylan Jay Technical Solutions Manager PretaWeb
  • 2.
    • Efficiency
    • Innovation
    • Security
    • Support
    • Employee satisfaction
    • No lock ins
    Benefits of Open Source for Governments
  • 3. Collaboration means everyone benefits
  • 4.
      • “ Other government agencies can now build on our experience and resources, to ensure they get a content management system that meets their business requirements, is Web Guidelines compliant and is a very cost effective solution”
      • Laurence Millar, NZ Gov CIO
  • 5.
    • Easy to support and administer
    • Plone runs on anything
    • You won’t need new staff
    • Probably need an integrator
    • Learn then Contribute = Staff are happy
    Plone and your IT Staff
  • 6.
    • OSS is more secure
      • IE 'unsafe' for 284 days in 2006
      • Firefox 9 days
    • Plone security is deep rooted
    • Users, Groups, Roles, Local Roles
    • Flexible authentication
      • LDAP, ActiveDirectory etc.
    Plone is secure
  • 7.
    • ~100 core developers
    • Top 2% of open source projects
    Plone is Supported
    • Support contracts
    • Custom development
    • Training
    • Deployment
  • 8.
    • PloneGov is:
    • an open source project that involves developing software applications by and for public administrations.
    • built on open source tools:
    What is PloneGov?
  • 9.
    • Around 55 European, North and South American and African Public organisations participate in the PloneGov project.
    Participating countries
  • 10.
    • PloneGov has generated 14 usable tools such as:
    • meetings management for a decision-making entity
    • modules to order administrative documents on the Internet
    • business directories
    • job vacancies publishers
    • documentary management tools
    • out of the box municipal Internet sites
    • project management frameworks
    Applications
  • 11.  
  • 12.
    • PloneGov.org’s success results from a close collaboration between
    • Public sector (cities, regions and parliaments)
    • an international network of SMEs building Plone solutions.
    • Government wants to engage with something that understands them
    • Plone is powerful to start with
    Why is plonegov a success?
  • 13.  
  • 14.
    • Parliaments
    • Parlement de la Communauté française ( www.pcf.be )
    • Parlement francophone bruxellois (www.pfb.irisnet.be)
    • Regional governments
    • Région Wallonne (easi.wallonie.be)
    • Communauté française Wallonie-Bruxelles (www.etnic.be)
    • Municipalities and cities PloneGov project counts over 50 Belgian local governments eg,
    • Administration communale d'Andenne (www.andenne.be)
    • Administration communale de Sambreville (www.sambreville.be)
    • Public social services
    • Centre public d'aide sociale d'Anderlues (www.cpasanderlues.be) Centre public d'aide sociale de Sambreville
    Belgium
  • 15. Visit: www.pretaweb.com
  • 16.
    • Challenge
    • In 2002 the new Brazilian president issued a directive to increase effective use of the IT budget.
    • Solution
    • Plone selected for government applications at Federal, State and city levels.
    • just launched its 50 th government portal.
    • collaboration practices have been implemented across IT departments resulting in more work efficiently done in the public interest.
    Case Study - Brazilian Federal Government
  • 17.  
  • 18.
      • “ We were looking for an open source solution that had the requisite functionality, an established track record and a critical mass of developer support. Plone met all those criteria.”
      • Laurence Millar, NZ Gov CIO
  • 19.
    • Challenge
    • By 2010 , the operation of government will be transformed as government agencies and their partners use technology to provide user-centred information and services and achieve joint outcomes.
    • Solution
    • State Services Commission announced Plone will be made freely available to central and local government agencies.
    • Currently used by:
    • www.e.govt.nz ,
    • www.mwa.govt.nz ,
    • www.electricitycommission.govt.nz
    • www.learningmedia.co.nz
    Case Study – e-Government New Zealand
  • 20.
    • PretaWeb is a Plone Integration company.
    • We build:
    • CMS websites
    • Intranets
    • Extranets
    • Document Repositories
    • Enterprise 2.0 Systems
    • eGovernment Solutions
    Who is PretaWeb? Visit: www.pretaweb.com