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2 2 The Australian Information Management Office (AGIMO) within the Department of Finance and Administration fosters the efficient and effective use of ICT by Australian departments and agencies. It provides strategic advice, activities and representation relating to the application of ICT to government administration, information and services. AGIMO acts as a catalyst for change in government to improve the delivery of public services and achieve long-term efficiencies by using the enabling capabilities of information and communication technology (ICT). It works across Australian jurisdictions to maintain and develop Australia s position as a world leader in the use of ICT for the operation of government. AGIMO provides leadership in defining and driving government-wide ICT strategy, standards, and technical architecture, and embraces emergent technologies, security and resilience issues. ISBN For information about AGIMO, please visit For questions about its work on open source sourcing issues and related areas, please contact: Contact details Department of Finance and Administration Australian Information Management Office Ph: [+61] Fax: [+61]
3 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Glossary...5 Foreword MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite Overview...9 Background MySource Matrix Project Review...13 Introduction...15 Business Requirements...16 Business Case...19 Project Authority and Governance...29 Project Outline MySource Matrix Assessment...39 Introduction...41 Background...42 Key Findings...42 Assessment against Evaluation Criteria MySource Matrix Functional Testing...71 Introduction...73 Background...74 Testing Process...75 Key Findings...76 Assessment against Evaluation Criteria Implementation of an Open Source Content Management System Case Study Executive Summary Australian Information Management Office Description of original website Business requirements for implementation Structure and coordination of implementation Implementation schedule Key tools, techniques, approaches and technologies Challenges and hurdles encountered...128
4 4 Evaluation and lessons learnt Future plans Conclusion Appendix A Costing Appendix B Start-up package MySource Matrix Content Management System Product Overview Introduction What is MySource Matrix? Overview of MySource Matrix MySource Matrix Look and Feel Features Platform, Capacity and Scalability...161
5 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 5 GLOSSARY Term Accessibility AGIMO AGLS ASP AusTender CIOC Content Content Management System (CMS) Definition The extent to which the website is easy to use and available to a wide range of users, including people with disabilities. Australian Information Management Office Australian Locator Service Microsoft Active Server Pages Australian online tendering service Chief Information Officers Committee Any resource that is created, stored and maintained in the content management system (CMS), eg. a content page, associated files or metadata. An information system used to automate the process of creating, publishing, and maintaining content. CSS2 Cascading Style Sheets version 2 DCITA ESA FedLink Gatekeeper HTML ICCT ICT IMSC Java LDAP Metadata NOIE Open source PHP Refresh Site architecture SQL Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Endorsed Supplier Agreement A system for secure online communications between agencies Australian strategy for public key infrastructure (PKI) Hypertext Markup Language Indigenous Communities Coordination Taskforce Information and communications technology Information Management Strategy Committee A programming language developed by Sun Microsystems Lightweight Directory Access Protocol Descriptive information applied to a content page or associated file, such as classification and intellectual property rights. National Office for the Information Economy Refers to a program in which the source code is available to the general public for use and/or modification from its original design. Open source code is typically created as a collaborative effort in which programmers improve upon the code and share the changes within the community. PHP Hypertext Pre-processor scripting language Migration of a website from one platform to another without substantial change to the original site design or content. The structure of a website including navigation design and how the content is arranged. Structured Query Language
6 6 Test content Usability User W3C Web application White-branding XHTML Dummy content that is used by the development team to populate development and test systems. The extent to which the website is easy to use and available to a wide range of users, including people with disabilities. Any individual that uses a website, content management system or any other information system. World Wide Web Consortium A highly functional information system that exists within a website or is a complete application that runs on the internet and may or may not be browser-based. A website with significant functionality - may be called a web application. Formal release of new or modified open source code or products to the community. Extensible Hypertext Markup Language
7 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 7 FOREWORD Welcome to the documentation suite for the content management system developed for the Australian using open source software technology. The increasing maturity of open source technologies has the potential to deliver significant benefits to the Australian and the wider community. Open source software provides increased competition, greater flexibility and more choice for both public and private sector organisations looking to harness information and communications technology (ICT) solutions to lift productivity and improve performance. It also encourages innovation and provides new market opportunities for Australian small to medium enterprises (SMEs), many of which deal in open source technologies. In particular, there is a growing market for companies that supply and support open source solutions in business and government. The content management system project is an example of the way open source software developed for one government body can be deployed across multiple agencies. Through a practice known as white-branding, the Australian Information Management Office (AGIMO) and Australian software company Squiz.net have established a robust and flexible software platform that is now available to other agencies at no upfront cost. Individual agencies are still required to assess all technology options on the merits to determine which solution best meets their needs. Value for money and fit for purpose continue to be the most important criteria for agencies when making ICT choices. The same rules apply to both open source solutions and more familiar proprietary software, ensuring a level playing field for all technology providers and users.
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11 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 11 BACKGROUND The Australian Information Management Office (AGIMO) embarked on a project to replace its websites in early 2003 and selected an open source solution to provide Content Management System (CMS) functionality. MySource was chosen as the preferred option and subsequently underwent development and enhancement to meet AGIMO requirements. Following a successful proof of concept launch for the site, MySource Matrix was selected as the preferred platform for use in AGIMO. AGIMO is making the product set available for re-use across other government and not-for-profit agencies through White-branding. This process has the backing of representatives from the s Chief Information Officer Committee and Information Management Strategy Committee. Documentation Suite AGIMO will release the White-branded version of MySource Matrix (v 3.1 RC 2), which will be made available to all government jurisdictions (federal, state and local) and not-for-profit organisations as an open source solution for web content management. To assist agencies in evaluating and implementation of the White-branded product, AGIMO have compiled a suite of documents to be used a guidance for agencies contemplating implementing MySource Matrix as their content management solution. This overview outlines the scope and purpose of each document. MySource Matrix Assessment MySource Matrix Assessment documented the results of an independent and objective assessment of the white-branded version against the Whole of Content Management Requirements Definition Tool 1. This assessment reviewed out-of-the-box functionality of the white-branded version against the original evaluation criteria to ensure that it met the mandatory and desired requirements identified in the Whole of Content Management Requirements Definition Tool. The assessment was based on interviews and information provided by AGIMO and the vendor, Squiz Pty Ltd. The assessment covered the white-branded version of MySource Matrix in the following areas: Fitness for purpose - does it provide a robust functional platform for the management of web content within a context? This assessed the following elements: Creation and Publishing Presentation and Discovery Technical and Interdependencies Support and Training Stability - does it provide a stable technical (software) platform for web content management? Value for money does it provide a value-for-money option for other government and not-for-profit agencies embarking on similar projects? The purpose of this assessment is to provide agencies with information on the functional capabilities of the product. Agencies will need to consider their core business requirements in assessing the product for their own use. 1 Version 1.0,
12 12 MySource Matrix Functional Testing The aim of this report is to provide an independent and objective test assessment of the whitebranded version of MySource Matrix (v 3.1 RC 2). This document is a companion document to the MySource Matrix Assessment and documents the results of functional testing of the out-of-the-box version of the product. The testing assessment covered the whitebranded version of MySource Matrix in the following areas: Fitness for purpose - does it provide a robust functional platform for the management of web content within a context? Stability - does it provide a stable technical (software) platform for web content management? The following areas were considered out of scope for the testing: Configuration of hardware supporting MySource Matrix within AGIMO Source code review Agency dependant requirements Interoperability testing against multiple platforms and environments. The results of the testing confirm the core functionality of the product from the MySource Matrix Assessment. The report should not be used as a substitute for agency interoperability and compatability testing. MySource Matrix Project Review This document provides a comprehensive project definition of the implementation of the whitebranded version of MySource Matrix within AGIMO. It provides a retrospective insight into actual project planning processes, outcomes and lessons learned. The project review focused on the activities surrounding the refresh of AGIMO s corporate Internet site, implementation of MySource Matrix prior to the white-branding of source code developed as a result of its implementation within AGIMO. The project review outlines the: Business environment prior to commencement of the project Original business and stakeholder requirements Business case including options analysis Development approach Project governance and resource requirements Scope and dependencies Expected project deliverables and quality management Milestones and associated timeframes Issues and change management processes Testing strategies; and Key risks and mitigation strategies. The document follows a standard project plan format and could be re-used as a template by other agencies initiating similar projects. MySource Matrix Case Study The MySource Matrix Case Study is a companion document to the project review, providing a detailed outline of the project activities, development and implementation path, challenges and hurdles, and lessons learnt. The Case Study outlines in more detail areas that impacted AGIMO specifically in the implementation of the product and how they tackled issues associated with the use of open source technology e.g. Intellectual property.
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15 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 15 INTRODUCTION This document provides a comprehensive project definition of the implementation of the white-branded version of MySource Matrix, an open source content management system (CMS), within AGIMO. It provides a retrospective insight into actual project planning processes, outcomes and lessons learned. About this document The scope of this document covers the refresh of AGIMO s corporate Internet site, implementation of MySource Matrix and the white-branding of source code developed as a result of its implementation within AGIMO. Included in this document is a summary of: business environment prior to commencement of the project original business and stakeholder requirements business case including options analysis development approach project governance and resource requirements scope and dependencies expected project deliverables and quality management milestones and associated timeframes Who should use this document This document is intended for any government agency or not-for-profit organisation with an interest in the implementation of MySource Matrix as an open source content management solution. Related documents This document should be read in conjunction with: Guide to Minimum Web Standards, AGIMO, 2003 MySource Matrix Assessment, Acumen Alliance, September 2004 MySource Matrix Functional Testing Report, Acumen Alliance, October 2004 Costs and Benefits of Adopting an Open Source Content Management System, Squiz Pty Ltd, July 2003 issues and change management processes testing strategies key risks and mitigation strategies; and The document follows a standard project plan format and could be re-used as a template by other agencies initiating similar projects.
16 16 BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS Background The AGIMO website was originally developed in-house in 2000 utilising a Microsoft Sharepoint Portal Server and Frontpage 2 platform. It quickly grew from its original size and structure to comprise over 14,000 individual elements, including web pages, images and forms, with little to no overall site management. Areas identified for improvement for the website environment included security and content control, functionality, usability and scalability. AGIMO commenced a project in early 2003 to implement a content management system (CMS) and to refresh its corporate Internet site in the process. Following a thorough evaluation of both proprietary and open source products against the Step Two model for CMS evaluation, MySource was chosen as the preferred option. MySource is an open source solution developed by Squiz Pty Ltd, an Australian company with Endorsed Supplier status. The first MySource implementation was undertaken as a proof of concept. In August 2003 the Publication Services Directory was relaunched on an earlier version of the MySource platform. Following this initial development, a small website for the Indigenous Communities Co-ordination Taskforce was launched on the same platform, leveraging the work that had been conducted for the earlier implementation. In October 2003 another proof of concept site was launched using a later version of MySource called Matrix. Following an evaluation of both pilot projects, the later version of MySource was selected as the preferred platform for all future implementations due to its advanced standards compliance and content handling capability. A new corporate website was developed and launched in April 2004 supported by the content management capabilities of MySource Matrix. Several other sites have been migrated to the new platform since then. These open source implementations are believed to be the first of their kind within the Australian. AGIMO is in the process of making the product set available for re-use across other government and not-for-profit agencies through White-branding, which has resulted from its successful implementation and proof of feasibility as a robust content management solution. This process has the backing of members from the s Chief Information Officer Committee and Information Management Strategy Committee. 2 Sharepoint Portal Server was used for management and delivery of web content to the corporate website; Frontpage was used for authoring, editing and formatting of web content
17 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 17 Stakeholders The following stakeholders were identified as have a significant interest in the project: Stakeholder Interest Beneficiary Direct Indirect General public Usability, accessibility and performance of corporate website, ie. the needs of this group needed to be taken into consideration to ensure that they weren t disadvantaged by the site architecture or associated technology Usability, accessibility and performance of Internet site AGIMO personnel Improvement of business processes relating to content contribution and management Content authors and approvers Usability, accessibility and performance of CMS, ie. content management tools needed to be intuitive and easy to learn. Web administrators Ease of maintenance and management of website architecture and content Other government agencies and not-for-profit organisations Ability to capitalise on the outcomes of the project, ie. an open source CMS and other associated deliverables, such as documentation and lessons learned Providers of strategic direction and operational support Project governance bodies Ultimate responsibility for the achievement of stated business goals, such as re-use of intellectual property across the whole of government External suppliers Provision of solution and customisation of CMS components to meet business requirements Objectives The key objectives of the project were to: implement an open source CMS to improve the management of the AGIMO Internet site, incorporating the whole of the original website content design and implement a flexible, robust and secure technical solution that was capable of supporting rapid website expansion or change without continued reliance on vendor support de-couple information from navigation and visual design, allowing the establishment of a flexible information architecture establish quality assurance processes that provided a better guarantee of consistency, efficiency, performance and compliance with Australian web standards These outcomes were to be achieved with particular attention to the Guide to Minimum Web Standards 3 ; incorporating accessibility, metadata, security, privacy and record-keeping compliance obligations. The end-solution was to meet or surpass all requirements as stated in the Guide. 3
18 18 Related Projects Project Refresh of the Publication Services Directory (PSD) Development of the Australian Branding website (www.branding.gov.au) Development of the Indigenous Communities Collaboration Taskforce website (www.icct.gov.au) Intranet Redevelopment Project Development of open source Contracts Management System CMS Extensibility Project Relationship First proof of concept using an earlier version of MySource to test functionality and suitability of the product within the AGIMO environment Proof of concept using MySource Matrix to test the accessibility of the product and its compliance with the Guide to Minimum Web Standards Proof of concept using MySource Matrix to test the functionality of the product and portability of open source code and infrastructure without vendor support Leveraging common MySource Matrix infrastructure and ability to support multiple websites Proof of concept using MySource Matrix code previously developed for AGIMO s CMS Feasibility study into the potential capability of MySource Matrix to be integrated with an open source Electronic Document Management System (EDMS)
19 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 19 BUSINESS CASE The original AGIMO website comprised over 14,000 individual pages and associated objects with very little to no overall site management. It was deployed on a Microsoft Sharepoint Portal Server platform and supported by approximately 40 web authors using MS Frontpage as the standard content creation and editing tool. Although AGIMO carried primary responsibility for developing online service delivery standards, their own websites did not meet many of the mandatory specifications of the Guide to Minimum Web Standards. This was not through a lack of effort on behalf of content authors, rather the editing tools being used at the time required an unreasonable level of skill and work to ensure that sites complied with the relevant standards. An open source content management solution was selected following an independent and thorough evaluation of many propriety and open source systems. MySource Matrix provided: A fully featured open source content management solution, produced and supported by an Australian company with Endorsed Supplier status A successful history of being deployed by several other Australian organisations with good results Lower implementation costs as there were no licensing fees Additional cost and process improvements associated with the implementation of a content management system were expected in the following areas: Improved customer access, both external and internal, to AGIMO products and services by ensuring that supported websites met whole of government accessibility and other standards specified in the Guide to Minimum Web Standards Improved archiving and retrieval of online content inline with the Archives Act 1983 Reduced content management and authoring overheads by establishing corporate content management and devolved authoring processes Improved content quality, consistency and reliability by embedding quality processes into the content management model Improved content discoverability by providing an effective information architecture and search mechanisms Reduced ongoing development costs through the re-use of common components and data Improved system scalability and interoperability by adopting the principles of open standards Non proprietary solution
20 20 Options Analysis Following the evaluation process and shortlisting of MySource as the preferred content management solution by an independent organisation, AGIMO embarked upon a further analysis of all available options. A summary of the options investigated together with their associated benefits and risks is provided below. 1. Continue to use existing proprietary technology (SharePoint/Frontpage) and retain out-sourcing contract for web infrastructure management services Benefits g No additional in-house skills required g Shared infrastructure management risk Risks g Static website - tightly coupled content and design g Lack of standards compliance g Lack of content management or workflow g Lack of user security g High site maintenance costs - global changes had to be applied on every page g Slow technical support response times 2. Continue to use existing proprietary technology (SharePoint/Frontpage) and in-source web infrastructure management Benefits g Faster technical support response times Risks g Static website - tightly coupled content and design g Lack of standards compliance g Lack of content management or workflow g Lack of user security g High site maintenance costs - global changes had to be applied on every page g High upfront hardware costs g New in-house skills required to manage web infrastructure 3. Invest in open source technology (MySource) and retain out-sourcing contract for web infrastructure management services
21 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 21 Benefits g Separation of content from design g Compliance with minimum web standards g Automated content management and workflow g In-built user security Risks g High upfront development, hardware and implementation costs g Higher site maintenance costs g Slow technical support response times g No licensing costs g Lower site maintenance costs g Shared infrastructure management risk g Corporate recognition of Internet as core business tool g Better support for emerging business requirements 4.5. Invest in open source technology (MySource) and in-source web infrastructure management Benefits g Separation of content from design g Compliance with minimum web standards g Automated content management and workflow Risks g High upfront development and hardware costs g New in-house skills required to manage web infrastructure g In-built user security g No licensing costs g Lower site maintenance costs g Lower implementation costs g Faster technical support response times g Corporate recognition of Internet as core business tool g Better support for emerging business requirements g Long-term cost-effectiveness Recommended Option As a result of this analysis, Option 4 (investing in open source technology and in-sourcing infrastructure management) emerged as the most likely platform to offer long term viability and value for money.
22 22 Business Benefits The chosen option provided the following business benefits: g Separation of content from design The ability to separate content from design provided a consistent user interface and efficient, easy updating of content without impacting on site structure or navigation. It also enabled sharing of source content across multiple sites (create once, use many times concept), enabling a complete reduction in the rate of duplicate and inconsistent content. g Compliance with minimum web standards Compliance with its own standards improved AGIMO s reputation as a leader in the adoption of usability and accessibility better practices. Ensuring that the website met these requirements meant that it was available as a source of information to all customer segments equally. g Automated content management and workflow Streamlining the content creation, publishing and management processes provided major productivity improvements. Staff were no longer required to know HTML or the intricacies of assembling web content. Business rules were designed to route the content automatically through the appropriate approval mechanisms, which provided a better guarantee of content accuracy, currency and completeness. g In-built user security In-built user security enabled access to the content database at many different levels, according to roles specified for individual authors and access privileges associated with specific content items. The security model was implemented as a reflection of the organisational structure, which meant that access to content could be restricted to the user s business group. Hence, content ownership and responsibilities relating to the maintenance of content became very clear and visible. g No licensing costs Source code was provided to AGIMO at no cost and there are no on-going licensing fees. AGIMO owns their copy of the source code and is free to modify it accordingly. g Lower site maintenance costs Separation of content from design, automating content approval processes and in-built security all contributed to reduced site maintenance costs. Being an open source solution, upgrades for the content management system are provided at no cost to AGIMO. In-sourcing web infrastructure management services provided cost savings through the simplification of change management processes. g Lower implementation costs Implementation costs were also reduced by in-sourcing web infrastructure management. g Faster technical support response times Cycle times for rectifying system-related issues and for applying enhancements has been reduced following the in-sourcing of web infrastructure management and simplification of change management. g Corporate recognition of Internet as a core business tool Investing in new technology and web infrastructure clearly demonstrated that the organisation recognises the web as a primary vehicle for communication with external stakeholders and as a critical business tool.
23 MySource Matrix White-Branding Document Suite 23 g Better support for emerging business requirements Core content management functions were able to be expanded by applying additional software modules. In addition, the modular nature of the system enabled non-technical staff to configure functions, change and expand site architectures without an over-reliance on vendor support. g Long-term cost-effectiveness Adoption of open source software and in-sourcing of web infrastructure management was seen to provide a sustainable, long-term and cost-effective option. Cost Considerations MySource Matrix is an open source solution and as such the base product set is available to government and not-for-profit organisations free of charge. However, costs would still need to be considered relating to implementation, content migration and operation, depending on the size and complexity of websites and skills available within the organisation. Key cost drivers for the implementation of MySource at AGIMO were content migration and development of additional functionality that was originally considered outside the project scope. In particular, the costs associated with moving content from one platform to another should be carefully considered by other agencies, making sure not to underestimate the considerable effort that is required. The following list provides a summary of activities and deliverables that incurred costs during the project: g Design Development and application of W3C compliant website design Development of a Style Guide to be used by content authors to ensure a consistent visual style g Development Search engine improvements to allow integrated searching and real time searching of content Development of a facility for the mapping of old URLs to new pages Modification of site map to provide an A-Z style listing Workflow modifications to meet agencyspecific requirements Development of a low bandwidth (text mainly) version of the site Development of Wizards to export log files for audit trails g Server Setup Installation of web and database servers Physical staging server installation to enable editing to be done on a physically separate staging server before being periodically pushed to the production web server (optional) g Content Migration Dedicated, trained content managers were required to move content from the old website to the new content management system A skilled person was required to manage the internal change process and to participate in content approval processes during the internal content preparation phase g Project Management and Testing Project management and testing was required to ensure that the system met all stated and agreed business requirements and that the website complied with the applicable standards (W3C and WCAG) on target browsers
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