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When the Office of the Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) called for a renovation of the Department's signature Web site, energy.gov, the plans were ambitious: blow up and reorganize the site's organization and navigation, develop a new look and feel to bring the site a high level of sophistication and polish, and deploy a publishing system that DOE's content team can use to create and maintain the site easily and efficiently, at less cost. DOE put out the call to Brook Group, a Web services firm, to rescue the Web site and asked them for a full redesign and re-architecture of the site content. As for the publishing system, Brook Group answered the call with Tacklebox, its Java-based Web content management system (CMS), running on an IBM server platform. Web Publishing for the 1990s In the "old" days of the Web, sites were hand-coded, p... (more)