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  1. 1. 6/14/04 Activities Report #14 to the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee and the Emerging Technology Subcommittee From Brand Niemann, Representative to the Governance and Components Subcommittees, http://web-services.gov and http://www.componenttechnology.org 1. Highlights (see http://web-services.gov for links) June 9, 2004, Enterprise Architecture Best Practices Repository - Knowledge Management Collaboration Environment Workshop Announced for August 17, 2004, at NSF. Organized by Rick Murphy (Blueprint Technologies and IAC) and Jay Peltz (Km.Gov WG and FederalConnections.Org) (details to follow including Service Taxonomy-Driven Approach to Structuring Both the Repository and the Community of Practice-See Slides 30 and 36). June 9, 2004, Fifth Emerging Technology Components Conference Scheduled for September 9th at MITRE. Details to follow at Componenttechnology.org. June 4, 2004, Community Knowledge Network Community of Practice (CKN CoP) Launched at Brookings Institution Meeting on May 27th with Charter and Vision Paper (Visioning a Nationwide Infrastructure for Community Statistics). July 1st Meeting to Discuss Draft Charter and Proposed Tasks for the Next 12-18 Months (by invitation only). This Relates to the FEA-eGov Act 2002 DRM Pilots and Data and Statistics Line of Business (see SICoP Presentation of April 14, 2004, Slide 64, and The Boston Foundation Presentation of June 4, 2004, Pilot with Semantic XML Web Services). June 1, 2004, Next SICoP Meeting Dates are June 23rd for SICoP Workshop Using Tomoye Simplify to Produce White Paper, and Joint SICoP-ONTOLOG Forum Meeting to Discuss Semantic Harmonization for SINE (Sustainable Intergovernmental Network Exchange), etc., July 7th. Both Hosted by Army Corp of Engineers, Washington, DC (details to follow). DRAFT Minutes from May 19th Meeting. May 20, 2004, Suggested Task Integration and Collaboration Across AIC Subcommittees and the AIC and Best Practices CIO Council Committees. 2. Upcoming Meetings and Presentations (see http://web-services.gov for links) June 16, 2004, Federal Architect Council, The Business Value of Enterprise Architecture, Microsoft, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., 5335 Wisconsin Avenue (Friendship Heights Metro), (Contact: aimees@microsoft.com). Related to May 11th Collaboration Expedition Workshop. June 23, 2004, SICoP Workshop Using Tomoye Simplify to Produce White Paper, Hosted by Army Corp of Engineers, Washington, DC. DRAFT Minutes from May 19th Meeting. 1
  2. 2. 2. Upcoming Meetings and Presentations (see http://web-services.gov for links) (continued) June 23, 2004, Collaboration Expedition-Emerging Technology Workshop #33 at the NSF. Organizing Around Networked Communities of Practice to Improve the Dialogue Between Government and Citizens to Deliver More Citizen-Centric Services. Being organized by Bill Smith. June 21-23, 2004, Census Information Center Program Conference, Willard Intercontinental Hotel, Washington, DC, June 21st, "Community Knowledge Network Community of Practice (CKN CoP) Initiative and Pilot Project" (as part of the Collaborations and Opportunities Panel) (11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.), June 22nd, Hands On Computer Labs (9 a.m.-12 noon and 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.): Using LandView 6 for Mapping and Other GIS Type Applications, U.S. Census Bureau Silver Hill Executive Plaza (SHEP). June 28-29, 2004, Enterprise Information Interoperability Workshop, Tower Club, Tyson's Corner, Vienna, VA (by invitation only). July 1, 2004, Community Knowledge Network CoP Meeting, The Brookings Institution (by invitation). July 7, 2004, "Swing for the Fences-Seed Investing for Entrepreneurs" Seminar organized by Dan Loague, Executive Director of the National Association of Seed and Venture Funds (one day by invitation only hosted by MTEC at the University of Maryland). July 7, 2004, Also Joint Meeting with the SICoP and the Ontolog Forum. Agenda to Include Semantic Harmonization for SINE (Sustainable Intergovernmental Network Exchange), etc. July 13, 2004, Collaboration Expedition-Emerging Technology Workshop #34 at the NSF. August 17, 2004, Collaboration Expedition-Emerging Technology Workshop #35 at the NSF. Enterprise Architecture Best Practices - Knowledge Management Repository. Organized by Rick Murphy (Blueprint Technologies and IAC) and Jay Peltz (Km.Gov WG and FederalConnections.Org). August 30-September 3, 2004, Army Knowledge Symposium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Semantic Web Track. May include SICoP Meeting for August. September 8, 2004 (tentative), Second Semantic Technologies for eGov Conference! September 9, 2004, Fifth Emerging Technology Components Conference, Hosted at MITRE. See Componenttechnology.Org for details. 2
  3. 3. 2. Upcoming Meetings and Presentations (see http://web-services.gov for links) (continued) September 17, 2004, Collaboration Expedition-Emerging Technology Workshop #36 at the NSF. October 19, 2004, Collaboration Expedition-Emerging Technology Workshop #37 at the NSF. November 10-12, 2004, 11th Annual NASVF Conference, Excellence in Early Stage Investing, Salt Lake City, Utah. November 14-19, 2004, XML 2004 Conference, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC, USA. Theme: "XML - From Syntax to Solutions", Format: Tutorials on Monday and Friday, and Keynote Speaker: Senior Government Official (to be invited). November 16, 2004, Collaboration Expedition-Emerging Technology Workshop #38 at the NSF. December 7, 2004, Collaboration Expedition-Emerging Technology Workshop #39 at the NSF. 3. Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice Meeting, June 23, 2004, 0930-1500 Army Corps of Engineers HQ, 441 G Street Room 6N52, Washington, DC 20314 TAKE RED LINE METRO to Judiciary Square. Exit toward F Street. At the top of the escalators, walk around the red Building Museum to see 441 G Street. OR TAKE YELLOW LINE METRO to Gallery Place/Chinatown exit. At the top of the escalators, exit on H street. Walk right on H Street a few blocks to 441 G Street. Agenda 930-1015 Welcome, Old Business, Minutes, New SICoP site 1015-1045 Overview of Modules 1045-1200 Small group sessions for white paper 1200-100 Lunch on your own 100-130 Assessments, Path forward for White Paper 130-230 Taxonomy for SICoP - Contours of Practice 230-300 What’s on your mind, Recap, What’s next 3
  4. 4. 4. Summary Report for the Architecture and Infrastructure Full Committee Meeting, June 17, 2004 A collaboration team working across all three Subcommittees and across the AIC and the Best Practices Committees has four items to report since the last full AIC meeting, May 20, 2004: (1) Enterprise Architecture Best Practices Repository - Knowledge Management Collaboration Environment Workshop Announced for August 17, 2004, at NSF. Organized by Rick Murphy (Blueprint Technologies and IAC) and Jay Peltz (Km.Gov WG and FederalConnections.Org) (details to follow including Service Taxonomy-Driven Approach to Structuring Both the Repository and the Community of Practice). (2) Final Agenda and Presentations (Business Value of Enterprise Architecture and Component Technology) Posted at the Collaboration Wiki for the Fourth Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference, June 3, 2004, at The MITRE Corporation, Mc Lean, Virginia. Fifth Emerging Technology Components Conference Scheduled for September 9th at MITRE. (3) Next SICoP (Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice) Meeting Dates are June 23rd for SICoP Workshop Using Tomoye Simplify to Produce White Paper, and Joint SICoP-ONTOLOG Forum Meeting to Discuss Semantic Harmonization for SINE (Sustainable Intergovernmental Network Exchange), etc., July 7th. Both Hosted by Army Corp of Engineers, Washington, DC. (4) Community Knowledge Network Community of Practice (CKN CoP) Launched at Brookings Institution Meeting on May 27th with Charter and Vision Paper (Visioning a Nationwide Infrastructure for Community Statistics). July 1st Meeting to Discuss Draft Charter and Proposed Tasks for the Next 12-18 Months (by invitation only). This Relates to the FEA-eGov Act 2002 DRM Pilots and Data and Statistics Line of Business (see SICoP Presentation of April 14, 2004, Slide 64, and The Boston Foundation Presentation of June 4, 2004, Pilot with Semantic XML Web Services). 4
  5. 5. 5. Fourth Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference, June 3, 2004, at The MITRE Corporation, Mc Lean, Virginia Final Agenda and Presentations Posted at the Collaboration Wiki: http://colab.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl? EmergingComponentConferences/Fourth_2004_06_03 Fourth Quarterly Conference Agenda, June 3, 2004 Fourth Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference, June 3, 2004, at The MITRE Corporation, Mc Lean, Virginia, MITRE-1 Building Auditorium, 7525 Colshire Drive McLean, VA 22102-7508 Title: Emergence of a Distributed Services Grid: Realizing Multiplicative Returns when eGovernment Service Components Align in a Services-Oriented Architecture Purpose: To Explore the Potentials and Realities of Realizing Enterprise Architecture through the Lessons of Communities Building the Grid How do the common "build" principles that power the Internet illumine the agile path from today's business process conversations to tomorrow's business process components? How do semantic technologies lightly abstract and assemble shared meaning to sustain quality business conversations? What distributed enterprise design tools accommodate the multiple forms of expertise that need to be expressed and integrated in agile business components within each Services life-cycle? What can we learn from early developers and early adopters? Register: RSVP to Renee.Hughes@gsa.gov for security badge or teleconference access information. Parking is free Agenda(Wiki) 8:00 a.m. Networking 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Introduction: The Why: Skating to Where the Puck Will Be, The What: Service Components on a Service Grid, The How: Collaboration For A Change, and the Who: Entrepreneurs Susan Turnbull, GSA, Emerging Technology Subcommittee, and Brand Niemann, EPA, Emerging Technology Subcommittee. Presentation 8:45 a.m. Bridging Across Communities (Enterprise Architecture, Emerging Technologies, Component Technologies, and Others): Opportunities for promoting more agile architectures that are more than just models hiding in tools or documents Rick Tucker, MITRE, Principal Enterprise Architect 9:30 a.m. Service-Oriented Architecture and Grid Computing: How are the Common "Build" principles that Power the Internet Transforming Enterprises and Tapping Contributions by Innovators? Michael Fitzmaurice, Northrup Grummann and Beowulf 5
  6. 6. Users Group Note: June 8th Meeting on GRID 101 (See past presentation - Service Oriented Architecture & Grid Computing.) 10:00 a.m. Open Dialogue 10:15 a.m. Break 10:30 a.m. Software Factories - Assembling Applications with Languages, Patterns, Frameworks and Tools: Software Fabrication is automating software development in larger sized organizations similar to the manufacturing model that the automobile and chip-making industries adopted 15 years ago. Jack Greenfield, Architect for Enterprise Frameworks and Tools, Microsoft, and lead author of Software Factories 11:15 a.m. Open Dialogue 11:30 Networking Lunch (MITRE escorts required to and from the cafeteria) 1:00 p.m. Angels and University Entrepreneurs for Egovernment - Tony Stanco, GWU - Lab to IPO: The High-tech Start-up; Scott Mendenhall GWU Student Entrpreneur; Kevin Dziekonski, GWU Sudent Entrepreneur David Barbe, University of Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute; Arun Sood, George Mason University, Department of Computer Science (See past presentation - The Small Business Case for Grid Computing.) 2:00 p.m. Open Dialogue and Swing for the Fences: Seed Investing for Entrepreneurs Seminar Preview, July 7, 2004, organized by NASVF at the University of Maryland (by invitation). David Barbe, University of Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute and Tony Stanco, GWU 2:15 p.m. Emerging Technology Innovations in Software Components Development, Reuse, and Management-Applications to Government Enterprise Architecture: Highlights from the May 11th Collaboration Workshop in Cooperation with Componenttechnology.Org, Jana Crowder, Noblestar and Michael McLay, member, Python Foundation Logic Library Demo and Case Study: Brent Carlson, Vice President of Technology and Co-founder, LogicLibrary, Inc. 3:15 p.m. Open Dialogue and Best Practices Workshop Preview. Rick Murphy, Blueprint Technologies and Jay Peltz, FederalConnections.Org Future Components Preview 3:30 p.m. Adjourn 6

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