I just came across an interesting NextGov article discussing how the UK and US governments are reining in their website spend. Both governments have made cost-cutting a priority, so it’s hardly surprising that their legacies of sometimes obsolete, often overlapping, websites have come under scrutiny and been identified as an unnecessary drain on resources. Lisa …
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London, 24 March 2011: A new, end-to-end code of practice to help managers deal with today’s increasingly complex corporate websites was launched today. PAS 124 is the 2nd edition of a code of practice for “Defining, implementing and managing website policies and standards.” It contains everything senior marketers, web masters and web editors need to …
Defining, implementing and managing website policies and standards
When: 22 March 2011 | Where: RIBA, London
This event marks the launch of Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 124: 2011 – the newly updated BSI British Standards code of practice for “Defining, implementing and managing website policies and standards”.
The governance challenge will be illustrated with a case study from Aviva. Keynote speaker, Stuart Bartram, Senior Manager, Global Brand – Digital Team, Aviva, will present insights into their path to online excellence through better governance: “The journey to ‘One Aviva’ – the online story”.
Take the opportunity to meet members of the PAS 124 Steering Group (including: Central Office of Information, LBi, Olswang, SDL Tridion, Shell International BV, Unilever and Magus) to find out how PAS 124 can make standards work for your organisation.
Global website governance: Defining, implementing and managing website standards with PAS 124
When: 21 May 2008 | Where: Savoy Place, London
- Nick Slowe, IT Director, The Institution of Engineering and Technology
- Deborah Fitzgerald, Marketing Director, Interbrand
- Nicola Thompson, Head of Standards Services, Magus