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The second CWP meetup on analytics for the public sector

The second Common Web Platform (CWP) meetup was held at the Ministry of Social Development’s Aurora Centre in Wellington to talk about how to improve government website content using Google Analytics.
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First CWP meetup reveals what makes or breaks an intranet

The first Common Web Platform (CWP) was held at SilverStripe headquarters on 15 June, 2017. The event attracted over 30 people eager to learn about what trends we’re seeing in intranets and what to watch out for when building one. We also had demonstrations of what Government agencies are doing in this space. Continue reading First CWP meetup reveals what makes or breaks an intranet

Collaboration, co-funded development and a new document management module

CWP and MPI have used the co-funded development pool to improve the Document Management System (DMS) module, making it easier for all Government agencies to create, maintain and manage documents. Continue reading Collaboration, co-funded development and a new document management module

Relaunch of the Common Web Platform website

The website for the Common Web Platform (CWP), a platform as a service for NZ government sites, has just been revamped. It has had major changes to its information architecture and design, and now uses the new Wātea theme. Continue reading Relaunch of the Common Web Platform website

GWC lunchtime session: Common Web Platform Case Study and Update

Come along to this lunchtime GWC session to hear how the Māori Language Commission got creative with the Common Web Platform (CWP), and to get an update on what’s new and what’s next for CWP. Continue reading GWC lunchtime session: Common Web Platform Case Study and Update

Check out Archives New Zealand’ s Records Toolkit site

The new Records Toolkit is Archives New Zealand’s initiative aimed at getting the information and resources Archives New Zealand produces to the people who need it. Continue reading Check out Archives New Zealand’ s Records Toolkit site