Related link: http://workforceconnections.dol.gov/
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has released its Zope-based Workforce Connections software as Open Source. The software is described as:
Workforce Connections is a set of Web-based tools that enable content managers, with no programming experience, to dynamically create and manage online content in a secure environment. Workforce Connections; is an open source custom distribution available under a general public license (GPL) by the U.S. Department of Labor, it empowers non-technical individuals to create, acquire, share and control knowledge in real-time. Users can leverage Workforce Connections to build and maintain traditional Web sites, online courses, knowledge repository, online coach, and communities of practice portals.
They list sites using Workforce connections at:
The software was developed by devIS. You can learn more about their approach to open source in the public sector in a the February issue of Linux Journal where Peter Gallagher and Martin Hudsun (of devIS) are interviewed in an article titled:
I’ve downloaded but not yet installed the Workforce Connections software. If you have, let me know what you think and how you are (might) use it.