I'm always interested in stories of how content management systems are being used in government. Government Technology has a lengthy article on how government portals are evolving into Web 2.0 sites. They put special focus on sites hosted by state governments.
The latest iteration of the Virginia.gov home page is a testament to the technological progress of the past 15 years. It's a veritable playground for Web 2.0 connoisseurs: Links to podcasts, live help chat, really simple syndication (RSS) feeds and YouTube videos are featured prominently in an on-screen menu. It also offers alerts, traffic updates, weather conditions and a Flash menu of most popular online services, which include everything from fishing licenses to a dangerous dog registry.
Virginia's site looks to be custom made and a mash up of static/dynamic content. Please, correct me if I'm wrong.