Campaign: Content and Readability

Create data driven pages when possible

Many sites use hard coded, html based information that can not be reused/leveraged. When changes are required a content publisher/designer must be involved. Instead, start with data. For instance, organization charts. An org chart is a list of organizations and perhaps a field such as "parent" to relate one organization with the next. If this list was created before rendering the org chart, it could be reused internally/externally ...more »

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Campaign: Policies and Principles

Don't Create a Unified Federal CMS

I think all Americans should be concerned about the concept of a unified federal website -- especially if they care about programs which may come under White House (from either party) scrutiny. Aside from the political aspects, adding multiple levels of clearance is a process nightmare. It's already time consuming to post information on many websites -- the more consolidated things get, the more levels of approval ...more »

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Campaign: IT and Infrastructure

VMWare and Cloud Web Hosting Services (IaaS)

Government agencies should move towards VMWare environments (multiapp servers) and hosted, lightweight solutions such as IaaS and SaaS to strategically align with Kundra's 25 Point Plan (e.g. cloud first policy and data center consolidation). IaaS is scalable and cost effective. Upfront capital expenditures are reduced and the Government is able to leverage a "just in time inventory".

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