Government sectors are being pressured to become more transparent and communicate government activity to the public. By leveraging the leading open source content management technologies from Drupal and Alfresco, government agencies are building and managing web and intranet properties under the open government principle.

Join Alfresco, Armedia, and Carahsoft for an online session that will demonstrate how the integration of Drupal and Alfresco creates a powerful open source solution that is specifically tailored to help government agencies with these challenges. This unique solution allows for the Drupal front-end and its usability features to be provided to constituents while the Alfresco back-end maintains the robust security and workflow features required of federal document management solutions.

During this session, we will illustrate how this solution can handle one of the biggest problems facing the open government initiative: compliance with Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. We will illustrate how:

•       Drupal front-end allows for citizens to submit requests via a link on the agencies website

•       FOIA managers receive the request in the Alfresco back-end through CMIS Integration and workflow is maintained

•       Results from the request are then published back into Drupal

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