ODNI goes open source with new DNI.gov


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The Office of the Director of National Intelligence launched a redesign of its website, DNI.gov, on Wednesday.

“With content reorganized to better reflect ODNI’s mission to lead intelligence integration and role as the leader of the Intelligence Community, the revamped DNI.gov site includes a number of new features including links to all IC members, intelligence-related news stories, video, photographs, podcasts and subscription content from throughout the IC,” said in a press release.

A review of the source code reveals the site was developed using the open source platform Joomla.

“The new DNI.gov was built using an open source content management system. The back-end changes provide a scalable and flexible architecture to empower innovative, efficient distribution of key information while reducing the costs of future investments,” said ODNI.

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