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Using open source software for your government web site sounds great and has become increasingly popular. But what about security? Accessibility? And the new Federal Digital Roadmap? Open source content management systems like Drupal offer a huge code base of functionality, but how do you choose the right modules and plugins to meet the very specific needs of a government website?

Government agencies large and small are finding a solution in OpenPublic – an open source Drupal platform designed specifically for government – to ensure security and accessibility, and to fast-track fulfillment of the Federal Digital Roadmap milestones.

Phase2's public sector team will provide a look at:
• How OpenPublic cuts through the confusion around open source and lets you focus on your site’s content
• How OpenPublic lowers the barriers, ensuring security and accessibility
• How to get started quickly with OpenPublic

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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