Consolidating OFCIO policy sites
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README.md

🙈 This site is currently in beta.

About This Project

This site will provide a home for policy and other materials developed by the Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer, which is part of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, within the Executive Office of the President. It is built to conform to the U.S. Web Design Standards.

The intention is to consolidate a number of similar sites that currently exist on subdomains of cio.gov. Subdomains of cio.gov that may be consolidated into this site over time include:

  • playbook
  • project-open-data
  • management
  • management2
  • management-stage
  • policy
  • policies
  • mobile
  • mobile-policy
  • cyberacquisitions
  • datacenters
  • software
  • sourcecode
  • project-open-source
  • agile
  • techfarhub
  • itmf
  • a130

Generally the purpose of these sites has been one of three things:

  • to solicit public feedback on a draft policy
  • to present a user friendly version of a finalized policy
  • to provide implementation guidance and other materials related to a policy to help with implementation

The goal of this site will be to provide some support for each of those use cases in the context of a clear information architecture.

Installation

The site is built using Jekyll, a Ruby library for creating generating static sites. You will need Ruby to use this project.

[to do write installation guide]

  • Install ruby
  • Install Jekyll
  • Download the project from github (or fork it?)
  • To run the site locally, run jekyll serve --watch, then visit http://localhost:4000/ in your browser to preview the site.

Creating Content

[TO DO ADD INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT CREATING NEW CONTENT]

Configuration Options

[TO DO EXPLAIN WHAT CONFIGURATION OPTIONS NEED TO BE SET LIKE EMAIL AND GITHUB REPO AND GOOGLE ANALYTICS SNIPPIT]

We Want Your Feedback

We encourage your feedback and suggestions on these documents.