Site Building | Drupal Government Day
This session will provide a panel of NLRB employees to discuss the lessons we have learned since migrating to Drupal and wish we'd known before the Big Switch.
This session will discuss the RAPTOR project at VA. We will discuss:
Open Source Innovation
- In the healthcare IT environment
- In the Government
Framework choice: Drupal
- Replace existing paper based patient care workflow
- Better performing electronic workflow
- Better patient care
- Existing Radiology Paper Workflow
- The RAPTOR Workflow
San Francisco City and County have a growing set of internal solutions that present Drupal dashboards. This session will show how we deploy dashboards for business users, for deployment in both intranet and web facing systems. The types of dashboards we will be looking at include:
- IT procurement dashboard
- Tax Credit Request Management dashboard
- Entertainment Permits dashboard
- Discrimation Reporting dashbord
This session will focus on the management of dashboards. Specifically how we deploy multiple dashboards for users with varying permissions. The data capture and workflow are not part of this demonstration. The use case is very much about using Drupal inside the organisation for delivering subsites for specific business needs.
Get the latest scoop on DC.Gov, the District’s official web portal.
In 2009, the Office of the Chief Technology Officer embarked on an ambitious project to modernize DC.Gov. Its goals included moving off an antiquated CMS, migrating over 100 sites to a new information architecture that is more citizen centric, implementing a new design, bridging the digital divide through the deployment of a mobile platform, facilitating the use of Web 2.0 features, and making the creation and publication of content easier and more efficient by District agencies. In 2011, we adopted Drupal 7, moving away from a commercial CMS that was the original solution.
The City of Binghampton in upstate New York have adopted Drupal and will be putting the site live in the run up to the conference. The web manager of the city will share the site and learnings from the project which uses the OpenPublic distribution and uses taxonomy to drive dynamic content into a site using the Omega theme.
We will show the process of migrating the content from static HTML to a dynamic site using taxonomy, updating people on using the latest versions of OpenPublic. In this particular demonstration we will be covering how we deployed the whole site without wrtiting a single line of code.
This is an overview session of City Government using the Open Public distribution. Brett Husbands of Firmstep proposed the session, and the speaker will be the web manager from Binghampton, Will Meredith.
Data.gov is a key partner in an initiative called the Open Government Platform, which aims to build an open data platform for the world, almost exclusively based on Drupal. Find out how data.gov is leveraging Drupal to accomplish the important functions of a data catalog, including search, dataset workflow management, and social feedback.
Learn how the US EPA's Office of Research and Development moved their intranet from an older content management sytem to Drupal.
Presentation will cover:
- migration lessons learned
- modules chosen and why
- lessons learned
- plan for Phase 2 – migrating a series of intranet sites of varying technologies to Drupal
What happens when your agency, department or group initiates a web redesign and development project that touches multiple web properties, multiple program offices, and, well, multiple everything? Understanding how the process unfolds at a high level is critical, but success really depends on how well your team navigates the details.
This session is focused on delivering useful pieces of knowledge to help any federal employee who finds themselves on a web design and development project by addressing three critical fronts: process, technology and design. We’ll use a recently launched suite of Drupal powered federal websites to answer the questions we are asked and, more importantly, questions we wish we were asked.
What you’ll learn about from the process standpoint:
Open Atrium is a powerful project management tool out of the box, but being built on Drupal gives it a lot of untapped power behind the scenes. We'll explore what comes with Open Atrium out of the box, then dive into common ways to extend Open Atrium.
Remember, a little bit of code goes a long way.
MAX Collect simplifies the process of collecting data within agencies of the federal government. Through MAX Collect, participants enter their data into a shared database, using this customizable data collection tool.
In an effort to provide an intuitive navigation of the large the datasets gathered. MAX introduced faceted searching of it's data collections.
What you'll learn
- How MAX uses a variety of open source tools to offer customizable data collections to federal agencies
- How Drupal is used within MAX to present data collection in MAX