Government agencies need solutions to cost-effectively build and manage web sites. Learn from two government web experts how they used DotNetNuke to build cost effective, secure, and flexible sites for their agency. If you face budget constraints, lack of staff, security challenges, and increasing demands from a diverse and changing workforce of non-technical content contributors, these experts will provide invaluable advice you can use immediately.
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Coleen Cason, Webmaster, York County, Virginia for YorkCounty.gov
Ms. Cason is the recipient of the GOSCON Most Resourceful Use of Open Source Software Award (2010) in recognition of her successful conversion of the York County web site using a standards compliant, open source content management system. Ms. Cason accomplished the transition with accolades from her management and local citizens, a staff of one – herself, no formal IT training, and no additional budget resources.
Brad Laing, Manager of Custom Application Support Technology Services, City and County of Denver (www.denvergov.org)
Mr. Laing successfully transformed the City and County of Denver web properties to a modern, flexible Open Source CMS-based Web Portal. DenverGov.org supports over 300 content contributors with distributed, secure access and advanced workflow process management.