Sara Cope: WordPress in the White House – Development of the Open Innovation Toolkit

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December 11, 2015

The Open Innovation Toolkit, part of the Obama Administration’s Second Open Government National Action Plan, harnesses public ingenuity to help address scientific and societal challenges. The first half of the toolkit, focusing on citizen science and crowdsourcing, was developed in collaboration with over 20 government agencies and built on the WordPress Multisite platform. This session will be a case study review of the project, challenges, and lessons learned. We’ll cover how the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy leveraged WordPress as a CMS and federal volunteers to create a low-cost resource to facilitate open innovation within the U.S.

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WordCamp US 2015 76

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Sara Cope 1

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CMS 51
government 9
Innovation 1
multisite 78

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