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Web Developer’s Meeting

July 29, 2004

Web Developer’s Meeting

July 29, 2004

Web Developer’s Meeting

July 29, 2004

Agenda


CityShare


NYC.gov updates:


NYC.gov Messenger


TeamSite


NYC.gov Policies & Procedures


Events Calendar


CityPoint

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CityShare

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CityShare
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Introduction


CityShare launched on July 20!


The backend is now an N
-
tiered platform.


The information architecture and interface
have been made to be more intuitive.


Content has been made useful and
integrates with NYC.gov sites.


Employee Search and Events Calendar are
the inaugural applications.


Phase II
--

Disaster recovery implementation.
Completion September/October.

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CityShare
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Infrastructure


New platform is a UNIX environment featuring:


Vignette Application Portal (VAP)


Vignette Application Builder (VAB)


Interwoven (IW) Content Management System.


Agencies will be able to deploy subportals/intranets
using VAP and IW.


Supports Java applications.


Future



Web services for connecting to other types of applications.


Seamless integration of global and agency content
managed through IW templates and user authentication.
Following Phase II Disaster Recovery implementation.

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CityShare Demonstration


Best viewed at 1024x768 resolution. 800x600 still
accommodated.


Are you still seeing the old CityShare? Ctrl
-
F5 to
clear cache. Can’t access content on NYC.gov?
Contact agency MIS to obtain NYC.gov access for
“intranet only” users.


Future


CityShare will be accessible through the Internet via the
new DoITT VPN application.


Personalization


Content mingling of global and agency sub portal content
will be dependent on registry and personalization.

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CityShare’s Home Page


Features Area

will change
frequently

Main Feature

Rotating
City
Features

Global
Navigation &
Applications

Agency Ownership

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Simple Employee Search
ties into LDAP and
displays the same data
within CityShare.


More advanced searches
can be conducted in the
Citywide Employee
Contact Directory at
http://citydirectory.nycnet.


Advanced Search
in the
Employee Search
module links to the
Citywide Employee
Contact Directory.

Employee Search & LDAP

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Employee Search & LDAP



Advanced filtering options.


Email address lookups can
now reference ldap.nycnet.


LDAP participating agencies
need to keep data clean and
sensitive accounts hidden.


Batch upload agencies
should automate directory
exports and upload this on a
weekly basis.


Long
-
term strategy is to
have an enterprise wide
identity management
solution.


As part of this strategy, we
encourage every agency to
put every employee’s PMS
ID and active code into the
agency directory. HR can
provide this data.

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Centralized location for finding
employee related events by
borough and category.


Categories


Exams & Training


Health Initiatives


Meetings/Events


Things To Do


Volunteer


Use the
Contact Us

form to
submit events for your agency.
Specify event name,
description, contact info,
category, borough(s), and
duration.


Events Calendar


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Complete listing of DoITT
supported community sites
--
including the IT Portal.


Use the
Contact Us

form to
request a community portal or
contact Michael Hayes directly.


Community Portals


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The new OPA & OLR NYC.gov sites are often linked to
from CityShare

allowing streamlined content updating
from the agency end and a seamless user experience.

CS & NYC.gov Integration


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Contact and Procedures


Use the
Contact Us

form found
in the footer navigation to
submit suggestions, questions,
or comments on CS content.


You may also send content
changes and requests directly
to webmail@doitt.nyc.gov.


For immediate technical
assistance please open up a
ticket with the DoITT Help
Desk

718.403.8888.


Content will be published
according to the same
standards as are used for
NYC.gov.


Overall site and application
updates are made on
Wednesdays.

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Intranet
-

Next Steps


Sub portals using the portal software and IW. The DR
environment must be in place first.


Identity management strategy and agency participation in LDAP
will help determine how far we can go for supporting
applications on the intranet platform.


Develop strategy for supporting agency application
development in the CityShare environment.


Once personalization has been implemented, more
communities of interests will be created with the capability of
posting to libraries and forums.


Workflow applications for needs such as wireless phone
procurement or timesheets for agencies who are not using City
Time right now.


Upgrading event calendar.

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Intranet
-

Feedback Needed!


Please be sure to utilize the
Contact Us

form.


Keeping content relevant and available is
largely dependent on the agency content
owners.


Contact me directly:





Dominic Pisciotta





212.232.1066





dpisciotta@doitt.nyc.gov

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NYC.gov

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Portal News Subscriptions
and Vignette Messenger

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Portal News Subscriptions


Portal allows users to subscribe/unsubscribe
to news categories.


More than 61,000 registered users (up 55%
since January ’04)


More than 45 News Categories


19 General NYC.gov Portal categories


Approximately 25 agency specific categories
in use by five (5) agencies through custom
registration forms


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Portal News Subscriptions

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Vignette Messenger


Web
-
Based application to communicate to registered
users of nyc.gov


Makes it easy to build, execute and measure e
-
mail
campaigns


Features


Delivers Messages to users


Templates


User Roles/Permissions


Tracks bad e
-
mail addresses


Reporting


Preview/Test e
-
mails HTML or Text


Scheduling campaign launch


Personalization

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NYC.gov News Subscription Enhancements:

Custom Portal Registration pages

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NYC.gov News Subscription Enhancements:

Custom Portal Registration pages

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NYC.gov News Subscription Enhancements:

Custom Portal Registration pages

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NYC.gov News Subscription Enhancements:

Custom Portal Registration pages

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NYC.gov News Subscription Enhancements:

Custom Portal Registration pages

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NYC.gov News Subscription Enhancements:

Custom Portal Registration pages

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NYC.gov News Subscription Enhancements:

Count Tool

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NYC.gov News Subscription Enhancements:

Registration Confirmation &

More Categories Notice

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NYC.gov News Subscription Service

To develop a custom news subscription center
for your agency, contact:

Chris Long

Director, Web Operations & Strategy

clong@doitt.nyc.gov

212.232.1026

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Interwoven TeamSite
Rollout



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Benefits of Using TeamSite Templates


Ease of Use


Non
-
technical Users Can Publish


Versioning


Workflow


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Agencies Using TeamSite Templates


Advisory Committee on the Judiciary
-

/judiciary


Board of Standards & Appeals
-

/bsa


Community Assistance Unit
-

/cau


Conflicts of Interest Board
-

/html/conflicts


Cultural Affairs
-

/dcla


Domestic Violence
-

/domesticviolence **


Ending Homelessness
-

/endinghomelessness **


Film, Theatre & Broadcasting
-

/film


Homeless Services
-

/dhs **



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Agencies Using TeamSite Templates


Immigrant Affairs
-

/immigrants


Info., Technology & Telecommunications
-

/doitt **


Labor Relations
-

/olr **


NYC TV
-

/tv


Operations
-

/operations **


Payroll Administration
-

/opa **


Sister Cities
-

/sistercities **


Taxi & Limousine Commission
-

/taxi


UN Consular Corps & Protocol
-

/html/unccp **


Veterans’ Affairs
-

/veterans


Volunteer Center
-

/mvc **



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Agencies in the TeamSite Template Pipeline


DOF


DOB


ACS


HRA


HHC


LMEC


Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC


NYCHA


NYC Marketing


VAC

And more…



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City of New York Design and Content
Resources


DoITT has a team dedicated to enforcing the brand quality
for the entire NYC.gov Web site. Designers and information
architecture specialists are available for consultation with, or
production for, agencies looking to establish a new
presence on NYC.gov or redesign an existing Web site. The
team:


Has established design standards for Teamsite templates


Has created a design and content survey to assist Web site
development


Can develop brand identities for City Agencies lacking
professional design resources


Can assist with the Information Architecture


Will review agency “in
-
house” or outsourced designs to insure
compliance with NYC.gov design/IA and Teamsite standards




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Examples of Redesigns

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Examples of Redesigns

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Examples of Redesigns


Examples of custom
NYC.govTeamsite templated sites
include:


NYC TV


Design up for grabs

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Examples of Redesigns

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Examples of Redesigns

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Examples of Redesigns


Examples of designs created by
outside vendor to the Teamsite
template specifications, include:


DHS


Ending Homelessness

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Examples of Redesigns

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Examples of Redesigns

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Information Architecture




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Information Architecture


User Based and Task Based


Easier To Access Content for Public


Greater Opportunity to Promote
Services and Programs in an
Interesting Format


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Information Architecture

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Information Architecture

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Agency Redesigns and NYC.gov Sitewide


Please keep us informed of any redesign
initiatives
before

work commences.


DoITT will provide teamsite training and support




Chris Long

Director, Web Operations & Strategy

www.NYC.gov

clong@doitt.nyc.gov


(212) 232
-
1228



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NYC.gov Policies Review
Working Group



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NYC.gov Policies Working Group


NYC.gov is in the process of updating the NYC.gov
Policies and Procedures Manual (PPM). As a result, a
small working group is being established to review
existing policies. The revision of the PPM should be
complete by mid to late Fall ’04.


Teamsite Design Guide is available via CityShare >
Community Portal > IT Portal > Library > Interwoven
Docs (4 in total).


Design and Content Survey is available on request.


For any questions or concerns about current policy, or to
please contact:


Chris Long

Director, Web Operations & Strategy

clong@doitt.nyc.gov

212.232.1026

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Events Calendar

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Events Calendar


The NYC.gov
Events Calendar

is being enhanced as an
enterprise wide application to allow for the development of
agency
-
specific calendars. Post
-
Labor Day availability.


All agencies using TeamSite templates will be able to create
and update their
Events Calendar
.


Events can be queried by category, date range, location or
keyword search.


Events can also be deployed to the public (NYC.gov) or internal
(CityShare) channels.


The NYC.gov Events Calendar is currently being used by 311
Call Takers to provide detailed information on events in New
York City.


Future
-

For location information, the event will be linked to a
graphical map.

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Events Calendar

Features


Long and short descriptions


Contact information


Event URL


Start and end times

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Events Calendar Template

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Events Calendar Screen

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Events Calendar Screen
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Detailed

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Events Calendar


Launching September 2004


Questions


rbyrne@doitt.nyc.gov



212
-
232
-
1032



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CityPoint Portals

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Intranet application for:


Communities of interest


Project teams


Provides collaboration features:


Document & link libraries


Discussions


Full
-
text search capabilities


Announcements, events, alerts


Site admins can customize their sites

What is it?


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CityPoint Portals


Some examples:


Communities of Interest


Payroll Administrators


MIS/Emergency Management


CIO Community Portal


Project / Collaboration Portals


LDAP


GIS


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Project Status


We’re building new templates


Testing pilot sites over the next 2


3
weeks


Coordinating with DoITT helpdesk for
ongoing support needs


Ready to roll out more sites starting
early September

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Getting Started


Who will use the portal?


Available only within CityNet


Users require special accounts


Exploring how to integrate with LDAP in the
future


What kind of portal do you need?


“Push” portal


Collaboration

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Interested?

Contact:

Teri Moore

tmoore@doitt.nyc.gov

212 232 0938


Michael Hayes

mhayes@doitt.nyc.gov

212 232 1044