Whitehouse.gov Redesigns Site Using Drupal CMS

                                                       Whitehouse.gov Website

The Drupal world was a-buzz this weekend with the news that WhiteHouse.gov was redesigned in Drupal, and launched Sunday. President Obama has frequently stated his support of open source platforms, and in fact, other White House affiliated sites such as Recovery.gov have already leveraged the Drupal platform. The content management functionality of Drupal perfectly supports the President's stated belief in an open and transparent government. For anyone involved with Drupal, it's very exciting to see Drupal gaining such a foothold in the government space.If you're interested in learning more about what Drupal can do for your business or organization, please contact us today.


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