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Open source Drupal and government in the UK - 2014

Impressions and Acquia's presentation from the 2014 Government ICT 2.0 conference in London. Practically a road show ... Open source Drupal is doing well in public service. It is empowering government agencies, NGOs, and educational institutions to make a positive difference in the world... Lire la suite

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The Australian Government and I tell you: “Why Drupal”

I had the privilege of being one of two keynote speakers alongside the Australian Government CTO, John Sheridan, at the 2014 Drupal Gov Day in the Australian capital, Canberra. The Australian Government has announced it is building its “GovCMS” and centering on a single technology: Drupal... Lire la suite

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Announcing a Drupal-based, OpenSaaS Government Data Portal

The past few years have seen a dramatic shift among governments and other public entities toward open data initiatives. These efforts involve unlocking vast troves of data collected or generated by civic institutions and making them available for public consumption. Among the more prominent efforts... Lire la suite

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Building APIs for Government Agencies with Drupal

Since President Obama took office in 2009, the United States government has been releasing data and building APIs as part of the Open Government Initiative. On May 9, 2013, the President signed Executive Order 13642, Making Open and Machine Readable the New Default for Government Information... Lire la suite

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