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Core versus Context: Delivering needed Web Services through the portal

by Rose Hessmiller last modified Jan 10, 2013 11:47 AM
Description of how the RM Portal can delivering needed Web Services through the portal

Providing Web Services to USAID Mission Partner's Through the Portal

Provide:

Allieviate need for NGOs to have to purchase, install, configure, maintain, support, upgrade IT hardware and software (contextual activities) so that can concentrate on Core organization goals.*

    • Cost-effective workflow/meetings  online across time and distance
    • Reduces paper and travel costs
    • Allows smaller NGOs with less operating budgets to take a collaborative leadership role
    • Report creation, storage, distribution: Content Management System (CMS) re-use knowledge
    • Authoring and Publishing System for funding, marketing
    • Means of creating, posting to the web, sharing, adapting, and re-using emerging multi media content/messages (videos, audio files, slides, pdfs)
    • Web-based interactive Calendaring system
    • E-learning, training tools, marketing, management
    • Mechanism for News feeds
    • Newsletter
    • Collaboration tools: Discussion, Commenting, Forum tools

Core:  directly related to organizations survival

Contextual: Often extraneous and not directly related to mission survival

 
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