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Web Application Review Team (WebART)


The WebART is tasked with identifying, reviewing, tracking and approving all Web Applications and external Web sites for which the CDE is a stakeholder.


The WebART consists of members from the Web Services Office (WSO) and Application Development and Management Office (ADMO), both within the CDE's Technology Services Division (TSD).

Criteria for Performing a WebART Review

A WebART Review may be scheduled based on any of the following events:

Division staff, contract monitors and internal developers are encouraged to contact the WebART early in the development process if any questions exist regarding CDE Web Standards or the WebART Review process.

* Web Services include both CDE and contractor-developed internal Web applications and documents, as well as contractor-developed, Web sites, applications, documents, or any other online services.

Scheduling a WebART Review

Requestors should allow at least three weeks for a review to be completed, plus any time required for the developer to make the necessary modifications. Submit WebART review requests by using the the online WebART Request Form - TSD-160 (Available in the CDE's Intranet Forms Center).

The WebART Review Process

Web sites, applications, documents, or any other online services will be evaluated on the following factors:

Based on the WebART Review, a written report, the WebART Report, is developed by the WebART members and compiled by the WebART Coordinator. The WebART Report is forwarded to the appropriate parties. Reports may contain required as well as recommended changes. WebART Reports are filed within TSD for future reference.

WebART Approval to Deploy

When a WebART Report contains one or more required changes, these changes must be made according to the following schedule:

If these time frames are not practical, contact the WebART to discuss an alternative schedule for the completion of the required changes.

Once modifications are made to a Web site or application (if necessary), the Contract Monitor or CDE Web Developer, must arrange a Final WebART Review and Report. The WebART will review the Web site or application to ensure that changes were made. Final WebART Reviews are given priority and only need about one day of lead time.

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