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Takeaway: Governments should adopt policies to govern web content since various kinds of web content are essential for community engagement. We need to guarantee accurate information reaches constituents. Drupal provides versatile content oversight tools, including permission settings and review… Read More
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Content governance for government sites
Note: This blog was first published on June 17, 2011, and has been updated to reflect new information and insights. Takeaway: Choosing a CMS for a municipal website demands a solution that prioritizes public service, transparency, and secure citizen engagement. While both Joomla and Drupal… Read More
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Takeaway: Securing data is a continuous process, not just a one-time action. When we talk about CMS migration, especially for sites with sensitive information, the focus should be as much on keeping data safe during the move as on ensuring its ongoing security afterward. As someone deeply involved… Read More
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Takeaway: Upgrading to Drupal 10 isn't just about making a technical switch due to Drupal 9’s end of life; it's a commitment to ensuring your government website remains secure, compliant, and accessible. By making this move, you're not only keeping your platforms current but also enhancing your… Read More
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Drupal upgrade checklist for government websites
As artificial intelligence (AI) is steadily seeping into nearly every aspect of modern life, government website stakeholders are sorting through what’s new and next to explore possibilities, embrace advantages, and avoid pitfalls.  AI refers to a multifaceted mix of technologies, that draw… Read More
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AI for Local Government websites
Takeaway: Drupal, an open-source powerhouse, is celebrated for its adaptability, community-driven innovations, and commitment to global standards. Conversely, Revize, a government CMS solution, prides itself on its bespoke features crafted specifically to empower government entities and engage… Read More
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Takeaway: If you’re looking for a great CMS for your government website, both Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) and Drupal present compelling advantages. While AEM offers a seamless, integrated experience tailored for enterprises, Drupal stands out with its open-source flexibility and community-driven… Read More
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We consult with dozens of county and municipal government website stakeholders every month, and more so than ever before, one overarching theme emerges: High constituent expectations coupled with budget constraints are contributing to an environment in which the stakes for getting it right are high… Read More
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Those of us who have a strong conviction that Drupal is the optimal CMS for government websites are in good company. Secure, scalable, accessible out of the box, inherently cost effective, easily integrated with other systems, and fueled by a million member plus Drupal community—the number of… Read More
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Government websites are needing to do more heavy lifting than ever before – serving as a digital hub for announcements, alerts, administrative tasks, events, and general information. Expectations are extending far beyond that of a functional powerhouse. Constituents count on their website to… Read More
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Best Government Website Design Trends for 2023