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Digital Strategy Drupal Module

Creates page nodes for each of the digital strategy progress types on enable. Also creates menu callbacks which load the page nodes and output just the body with the appropriate content type headers for specific strategy types.


In order to generate a Gov't wide report to show all agencies progress toward meeting the Gov't Digital Strategy each agency is required to provide easy access to their report in 3 machine-readble formats (xml, json, and jsonp) and an user-friendly html version.


  • Drupal 6.x
  • Path module enabled


Place the module in the /sites/all/modules directory of your Drupal installation and enable it in the admin UI.

How it Works

When the module is enabled (.install file) page nodes are created for each content type: Digital Strategy Progess - {content type}. Menu callback items are created for the machine-readable types in the .module file, but not for the html version. The html version will be presented only as html. Machine readable URLs will be .gov/digitalstrategy.{content type}. The machine readable urls provide the progress reports without the theme and with the correct content type headers. The html version will be found at .gov/digitalstrategy/report.


Federal employees and members of the public are encouraged to contribue to the project by forking and submitting a pull request. All code must be licensed to the public under GPLv2 or later.


This project constitutes a work of the United States Government and is not subject to domestic copyright protection under 17 USC § 105.

The project utilizes code licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License and therefore is licensed under GPL v2 or later.

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