Qld Crime and Misconduct Commission overhauling online communications

The Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) is to overhaul its online communication channels as it moves to adopt whole-of-government online information standards

The Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) is to overhaul its online communication channels as it moves to adopt whole-of-government online information standards.

According to CMC documents, the initiative -- the Online Communication Enhancement Project -- will involve a review and upgrade of the agency’s internet and intranet communication channels through content, technology and process improvement.

“The object is to provide online communication channels that comply with [whole-of-government] information standards and provide the CMC with the capability to communicate effectively via online technologies with internal and external stakeholders,” the documents read.

“During 2011–15 the CMC aims to embrace innovative web-based technologies to engage, consult and share information with stakeholders and the community through a redeveloped website that allows for enhanced communication. This project will deliver a new web content management system, a new website and a new intranet for the CMC.”

The new CMC website is slated for delivery by 1 December 2011 with a new intranet by 1 June 2012. Both will be supported by the new content management system.

The current CMC website contains 300 pages of content and 500 documents while the current intranet site is composed of approximately 220 pages of content and 1350 documents.

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