We recently released a set of enhancements to the Drupal platform which addresses some issues found during our warranty tracking period. Some of the improvements you may notice include:
We just released a new set of enhancements and updates to the Drupal CMS Monday night. Check out the list of new updates below.
For the complete list of all enhancements affecting agency websites, visit Portal Interactive Drupal Migration.
This past Friday we successfully launched our Round 7 migration sites. These new websites on Drupal include Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, Georgia Building Authority, Georgia Land Conservation Program, State Properties Commission, Americans with Disabilities Act, Georgia State Financing & Investment Commission, and Georgia State Property Officer.
We are in the middle of migrating the sixth batch of sites from Vignette to Drupal – only two more rounds to go after this batch is completed next week. All sites should be migrated by the middle of September!
While we have successfully migrated 22 state websites to Drupal, we’re continuing to work with our vendor to enhance our new platform and launch updates during the process.
Beginning July 1, we will no longer be providing web analytics services through Adobe/Omniture’s Site Catalyst software. Instead we will be using Google Analytics for all agency website statistics and tracking.
New Google Web analytics for State Agencies!
Beginning July 1st, we will no longer be providing web analytic services through the Omniture software. Instead we will be using Google Analytics for all agency website statistics and tracking.
We are pleased to announce that our new official State website, GeorgiaGov, is now online. This major redesign of the site offers increased usability and friendlier search for our users. Our goals are to help Georgians find the information they need as quickly and efficiently as possible.