Online newsroom requirements and specifications form



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RFP Title: Online Newsroom Project

RFP Number: COM-LSD-201504-JR





ATTACHMENT 7

ONLINE NEWSROOM

REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS FORM
Please provide Yes or No answers, followed by any related comments, to indicate proposer’s capabilities of meeting the Online Newsroom Project requirements specifications listed in the table below. Based on the following definitions, to further assist in the Judicial Council’s evaluation process, please indicate between 1 through 6, your ability to perform the functional requirement.

  1. Supported. This feature is currently available “as is” and needs no additional modification or configuration.

  2. Configurable. This feature is similar to a currently available feature, but needs minor modification or configuration.

  3. Future. This feature does not exist now, but is planned for future release with…(specify timeframe in comments section).

  4. Third Party. This feature is provided through a third party and cannot be modified.

  5. Custom. This feature does not exist, nor is it planned for future release, but will develop a customized module.

  6. Unsupported. This feature does not exist nor will it ever be offered.

Priority

No.

Functional Requirements

Select One

1 = Supported

2 = Configurable

3 = Future

4 = Third Party

5 = Custom

6 = Unsupported

Comments

(cells expand with text)



Yes

No

1

2

3

4

5

6




High

101

Must be engaging, easy and intuitive to navigate, reflecting web design best practices.

















     

High

102

Must integrate with the California Courts Web Style Guide and must be compatible with California Courts website design, navigation, and accessibility.

















         

High

103

Must support most popular Browsers (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, and Safari), current and last three versions.

















     

Medium

104

Must be mobile-friendly and responsive.

















     

High

105

Usability of the service, both front-end and back-end, must meet Judicial Council expectations.

















     

High

106

Must manage, store, group, and display multiple content types: html, text, PDF, and multimedia, including images in a variety of file formats and resolutions, video, audio, embeds.

















     

High

107

Must enable flexible changes in page layouts and menu structure after development.

















     

Medium

108

Must present featured content in a slider/carousel display: visuals, html caption text, video, hyperlinks in captions.

















     

Medium

109

Must enable the option of displaying PDF content via a viewer application or window.

















         

High

110

Must enable rapid population and launch of a crisis “dark site”.

















     

High

111

Media contact database must have the ability to select, edit, and add media contacts and store media lists.

















     

High

112

Media contact database must be encrypted to protect sensitive or personal information.

















     

High

113

Must include integrated publishing and distribution capabilities for news releases and other web content – simultaneous web page, email, and social media distribution from within the core platform.

















     

Medium

114

Must detail if email distribution is limited or metered monthly, provide limits (where applicable).

















     

High

115

Must enable end users to easily share published content through social channels.

















     

High

116

Media monitoring must include: providing reports of daily online news coverage, filtered by keyword.

















         

High

117

From media monitoring must provide ability to select, add, edit, and publish pertinent online headlines, links, and excerpts in a feed (i.e., NewsLinks).

















     

High

118

Must include RSS feeds.

















     

Medium

119

Must enable end users to request alerts via email and/or text messages.

















     

Medium

120

Must include the ability to create and manage secure areas for password-protected content (e.g., content for journalists only, such as high-resolution photos or B-roll).

















     

High

121

End user password listing or database must be encrypted.

















     

High

122

Must include search engine optimization, including ability to tag with metadata and categorize content.

















     

High

123

Must include context-specific search for end users (i.e., option to search within Newsroom content).

















         

High

124

Must include ability for end users to search tags, metadata, and full text.

















     

Medium

125

Must include search integrated with California Courts website – within the Newsroom, enable the option to search either Newsroom or entire California Courts site.

















     

High

126

Must provide migration services for current content, including news releases (html and PDF) from Jan 2011 to the present.

















     

Low

127

Must include built-in image editing capabilities.

















     

Medium

128

Must include image asset management, enabling search through keywords or tags.

















     

High

129

If storage is limited, must list initial limit.

















         

High

130

Service must provide, at minimum, the same level of end user privacy as the California Courts website.

















     

Low

131

Must be accessible via end-user mobile app.

















     

High

132

Must include collaborative and publishing access: authorization levels and access to draft content, review, and publish.

















     

High

133

Must include multi-user login capability.

















     

High

134

Publishing access must meet Judicial Council security requirements: SSL login and user information encrypted in the database. Publishing user account passwords must meet Judicial Council standards.

















     

Medium

135

For admin users: Must include the ability to configure workflow and approval processes through role-based access.

















     

Medium

136

For end user password-protected areas: Must include the ability to set password protection; review and approve requests.

















     

High

137

Responsiveness and usability of the service must meet Judicial Council expectations.

















     

High

138

Must list document types supported and size limitations of the documents.

















     

High

139

Must include website usage reports.

















     

High

140

Must include distribution tracking.

















     

Medium

141

Must include Twitter reports.

















     

High

142

Must include User registration reports.

















     

High

143

Must include News monitoring reports.

















     

High

144

Must include administrator and user training.

















     

High

145

Must include 24-hour technical support.

















     

High

146

Must include client service manager and/or help desk for ongoing support.

















     

High

147

Must meet Judicial Council expectations for service -level-agreement: uptime and security.

















     

High

148

Content must be backed up regularly and/or versioned for potential rollback in the event of corruption or deletion.

















     

High

149

Service provider must provide timely notice of scheduled maintenance or any technical issues affecting site availability or functionality.

















     

High

150

Must include the ability to restore service in case of a disaster.

















     

High

153

Implementation must be complete for User Acceptance testing no later than October 19, 2015.

















     

High

154

Ability to go live in Production must be no later than November 13, 2015.

















     

High

155

All data, systems, and all supported staff must reside within the United States.

















     



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