We would like to welcome all the new websites that have signed up to govCMS over the last couple of months, including:
- National Wind Farm Commissioner
- Department of Human Services - Ministers Site
- CrimTrac – Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission and Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network
- Department of Health - Aged Care
- Queensland Family and Child Commission
- Department of Finance - Selling to Government
- Assistant Minister for Social Services and Multicultural Affairs
We have seen some great development and migration efforts and would like to congratulate all the teams involved. A full list of govCMS websites and customers is available.
It was also great to see govCMS take home a win in the “Contributing to a culture or practice of Innovation” category at the IPAA Public Sector Innovation Awards held 27 July 2016. This win reflects the excellent ways government agencies have been using the service and contributing to the broader govCMS community. The govCMS team accepted the award from The Hon Greg Hunt MP, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science.
Please visit the govCMS online community to see what people have been talking about and what training and events are coming up. We were thrilled to see Drupal founder Dries Buytaert recognise some of the great work being done on automated testing by members of the govCMS community. Read Dries’ comments or check out the govCMS GitHub repository to see all govCMS distribution requests and improvements.
Thanks you for your continuing support. We look forward to welcoming many more websites and agencies to govCMS in the coming months.