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  • Enterprise Architecture E-Government Open Standards Open Collaboration
  • Overview
  • Presidential Memo Principles Reform Goals
  • Presidential Memo Cross-agency Teamwork E-Government
  • Robert Haycock Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office Consolidation of Government Chief Information Officer Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee Lines of Business 24 E-Government Initiatives Enterprise Licensing
  • Chief Information Officer Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee John Gilligan Laura Callahan Norman Lorentz Robert Haycock John Przysucha Reynolds Cahoon Dawn Meyerriecks Mark Day Subcommittees Governance Components Emerging Technology
  • Federal Enterprise Architecture Chief Information Officer Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee Performance Reference Model (PRM) Business Reference Model (BRM) Service Component Reference Model (SRM) Technical Reference Model (TRM) Data and Information Reference Model (DRM) Solution Architects Working Group (SAWG) Governance Subcommittee Components Subcommittee
  • Emerging Technology Working Groups Public Key Encryption (PKI) Working Group XML Working Group Universal Access XML Web Services Working Group
  • Principles Open Collaboration Open Standards Components University Researchers Federal Laboratory Researchers Incubator Process Stakeholders
  • Transformation Serving the Public
  • Collaboration Expedition Workshop #22 March 4, 2003 Agenda Online Rulemaking Government Accounting Standards Board 34 Ontology-based Knowledge Technologies XML Web Services Working Group Robert D. Carlitz Rosemary W. Gunn Information Renaissance Bruce Cahan Urban Logic Ralph Hodgson TopQuadrant, Inc
  • XML Web Services Working Group March 4, 2003 Agenda Joe Chiusano Booz Allen Hamilton Rick Rogers Fenestra Michel Biezunski Coolheads Consulting David Brown IRS Scott Christiansen Seattle Pacific University Boeing Company Kevin Williams Blue Oxide Technologies Joel Patterson SoftwareAG
  • Schedule of Meetings Collaboration Expedition Workshop #23 Collaboration Expedition Workshop #24 FedWeb Spring 2003
  • Open Standards/Open Source for National and State E-Government Programs in the US and EU Agenda March 17, 2003
  • Open Standards/Open Source for National and State E-Government Programs in the US and EU Agenda March 17, 2003
  • Open Standards/Open Source for National and State E-Government Programs in the US and EU Agenda March 18, 2003
  • Joint Governance, Components & Emerging Technology Subcommittees Pilot Projects Purpose of XML Schema Data and Information Reference Model (DRM) Governance and Components Subcommittees Chief Information Officer Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee
  • Joint Governance, Components & Emerging Technology Subcommittees Pilot Projects Purpose of XML Schema Data and Information Reference Model (DRM) Governance and Components Subcommittees Chief Information Officer Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee
  • Examples of Components Eforms Components Subcommittee Chief Information Officer Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee
  • Examples of Components Eforms Components Subcommittee Chief Information Officer Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee
  • Examples of Components Federation Loosely Coupled Components Subcommittee Chief Information Officer Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee
  • Open Standards/Open Source for National and State E-Government Programs in the US and EU Agenda March 17, 2003
  • Open Standards/Open Source for National and State E-Government Programs in the US and EU Agenda March 17, 2003
  • Open Standards/Open Source for National and State E-Government Programs in the US and EU Agenda March 18, 2003

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  • Enterprise Architecture Driven E-Government with XML Web Services: Open Collaboration with Open Standards Open Standards/Open Source for Federal and State eGovernment Programs Conference, George Washington University Susan Turnbull, GSA, Chair, Universal Access http://ioa-qpnet-co.gsa.gov/UA-Exp Brand Niemann, EPA, Chair, Web Services Work Group http://web-services.gov March 17-19, 2003
  • Overview
    • The joint theme for the March Universal Access Collaboration Workshop and the XML Web Services Work Group meeting, "Enterprise Architecture Driven E-Government with XML Web Services: Open Collaboration with Open Standards" was prepared as a conference track within the "Open Standards/Source for Federal and State eGovernment Programs" Conference at George Washington University on March 17-19. This EA/XML Web Services conference track includes seven pilots of the XML Web Services WG of the Emerging Technologies Subcommittee for the CIO Council Architecture and Infrastructure’s Governance and Components Subcommittees and the Federal Enterprise Architecture’s (FEA) Data and Information Reference Model (DRM).
    • Dates for future Collaboration Expedition Workshop and XML Web Services Work Working Group meetings at the National Science Foundation are: April 15, May 14, and June 17.
  • Presidential Memo on the Importance of E-Government, July 10,2002
    • Three principles:
      • Citizen-centered.
      • Results oriented.
      • Market-based.
    • Five Government-wide reform goals:
      • Strategic management of human capital.
      • Budget and performance integration.
      • Competitive sourcing.
      • Expanded use of the Internet and computer resources (E-Government).
      • Improved financial management.
  • Presidential Memo on the Importance of E-Government, July 10,2002
    • “Our success depends on agencies working as a team across traditional boundaries to better serve the American people, focusing on citizens rather than individual agency needs. I thank agencies who have actively engaged in cross-agency teamwork, using E-Government to create more cost-effective and efficient ways to serve citizens, and I urge others to follow their lead.”
  • Briefing for Web-Enabled E-Gov Conference, Bob Haycock, Acting Manager, FEA-PMO, February 10, 2003
    • The Federal Government has a multi-billion dollar consolidation opportunity:
      • Citizen Centered: Consolidation and Migration to the 24 E-Government Initiatives.
      • Lines of Business: Overlap and Leverage Assessment on IT Spending for Common Functions (focus on 6):
        • Financial Management.
        • Human Resources.
        • Data and Statistics Development.
        • Public Health Information.
        • Criminal Investigations.
        • Monetary Benefits.
      • Office Automation and Infrastructure: Leveraging Enterprise Licensing and Buying at Commercial Benchmarks or Less.
    • This is being “operationalized” in the CIO Council’s Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (AIC).
  • The CIO Council’s Architecture and Infrastructure Committee
    • Leadership:
      • John Gilligan, USAF CIO, Co-Chair
      • Laura Callahan, Department of Homeland Security, Deputy CIO, Co-Chair
      • Norman Lorentz, OMB CTO, Advisor
    • Subcommittees:
      • Governance:
        • Provide policy guidance, advice, and assistance in the definition, design, and implementation of the Enterprise Architecture discipline and practice throughout the Federal Government.
          • Robert Haycock, OMB, and John Przysucha, DOE
      • Components:
        • Foster the identification, maturation, and use and reuse of Component-Based Architectures and Architecture Components in the Federal Government.
          • Reynolds Cahoon, NARA, and Robert Haycock, OMB.
      • EmergingTechnology:
        • Identify technologies with the potential to improve the value and quality of the FEA.
          • Dawn Meyerriecks, CTO, DISA, and Mark Day, EPA, DCIO.
  • Mapping the Federal Enterprise Architecture Into the CIOC/AIC
    • FEA:
      • Performance Reference Model (PRM)
      • Business Reference Model (BRM).
      • Service Component Reference Model (SRM).
      • Technical Reference Model (TRM).
      • Data and Information Reference Model (DRM).
      • Solution Architects Working Group (SAWG).
    • AIC Subcommittees:
      • Governance.
      • Governance.
      • Components.
      • Components.
      • Components.
      • Components.
  • Emerging Technology Working Groups
    • Working Groups:
      • Public Key Encryption (PKI):
        • Judith Spencer, GSA.
      • XML
        • Owen Ambur, DOI/FWS, and Marion Royal, GSA.
      • Universal Access
        • Susan Turnbull, GSA.
      • XML Web Services.
        • Brand Niemann, EPA.
    • Relationship to Other Subcommittees:
      • The Governance and Components Subcommittee will request (procure) and the Emerging Technology Subcommittee will suggest (pilot).
  • Some Emerging Technology Subcommittee Principles
    • Open Collaboration with Open Standards:
      • Open up communication circles among diverse stakeholders.
      • Include University and federal laboratory researchers.
      • Accelerate commitments and maturation of open standard components for e-government.
      • Collaborative “incubator” process.
  • Transforming How We Work Together To Better Serve the Public
  • Collaboration Expedition Workshop Series #22: Potential and Realities for Emerging Discovery Processes, March 4, 2003
    • 8:45 a.m. - Welcome and Introductions:
      • Susan Turnbull, GSA, Chair, Universal Access WG.
      • Brand Niemann, EPA, Chair, XMLWeb Services WG.
    • 9-9:45 a.m. - Online rulemaking: a Step toward E-governance, Robert D. Carlitz and  Rosemary W. Gunn, Information Renaissance.
      • Dialogue 9:45-10:15 a.m.
    • 10:15-11 a.m. - How can we Build a Distributed Intelligence Information Infrastructure to Leverage Synergies between Local Government Asset Accountability (Government Accounting Standards Board 34) and National Response Capability?, Bruce Cahan, President, Urban Logic.
      • Dialogue 11-11:30 a.m.
    • 11:30-12:15 p.m. -The Promise of Ontology-based Knowledge Technologies for Enabling Citizens: An Exploration with Scenario-based "Capability Cases“, Ralph Hodgson, Co-founder and Executive Partner, TopQuadrant, Inc.
    • Dialogue 12:15-12:45 p.m.
    • 12:45-1:15 p.m. - Who is Here? Who is Missing?
    • 1:15-2 p.m. - Lunch and Networking.
    • 2-5 p.m. - XML Web Services Working Group Meeting
  • XML Web Services Working Group March 4, 2003
    • 1. Introduction:
      • Updates and Announcements.
      • Some Coming Attractions.
    • 2. Business:
      • “ Distributed Components, Metadata Models, and Registries”, ListServ Discussion Summary, Joe Chiusano, Booz Allen Hamilton.
      • "Eforms for E-Gov Pilot", Rick Rogers, Fenestra, Team Lead, Charter.
      • “ Topic Maps for the FEA”, Michel Biezunski, Coolheads Consulting, Proposed Pilot, Cognitive Topic Map Web Sites (CTW): Aggregating Information Across Individual Agencies and E-Gov Initiatives.
    • 3. Presentations:
      • Organizations - IRS Topic Map Pilot, David Brown, IRS, and IRS Integrated Navigation System, Michel Biezunski, Coolheads Consulting.
      • Education/Analysts - The Business Case for XML Web Services - Scott Christiansen, Seattle Pacific University and Boeing Company (via telephone).
      • "Eforms for E-Gov" Pilot Team, The eGrants SF 424 XML Schema in the XML Collaborator, Kevin Williams, Blue Oxide Technologies.
      • Pilots/Priorities: XML Data Exchange Across Multiple Levels of Government Using Native XML Databases (Tamino 4.1 with UDDI and WebDAV Server), Joel Patterson, SoftwareAG.
  • Upcoming Meetings
    • April 15, 2003, in conjunction with the Universal Access Collaboration Workshop #23 at the National Science Foundation (Ballston, VA Orange Line Metro Station). Agenda in process. Digital Talking Books, VoiceXML, and Taxonomies.
    • May 5-7, 2003, FedWeb Spring 03, Tutorial: Using the Generalized Instrument Design System (GIDS-XML Standards-based Forms), the XML Collaborator, and the MetaMatrix System to Build E-Gov Projects and Session: "Eforms for E-Gov" Pilot Project.
    • May 14, 2003, in conjunction with the Universal Access Collaboration Workshop #24 at the National Science Foundation (Ballston, VA Orange Line Metro Station). Agenda in process.
  • Agenda-Morning
    • Monday, March 17th:
      • 1. 8:30 a.m. Susan Turnbull, GSA, and Brand Niemann, EPA: Introductions and Overview.
      • 2. 9:00 a.m. Tod Jackson and Steve Wheat, Enterprise Architects for Administrative IT at the University of Illinois and Co-Founders of the OpenEAI Software Foundation: The OpenEAI Project - Open Source Enterprise Application Integration Software and Methodology.
      • 3. 9:45 a.m. John Rehberger, USDA, Managing EAMS As An Open Source Project.
      • 4. 10:30 a.m. Farrukh Najmi, SUN Microsystems, and Joseph Potvin, Public Works And Government Services Canada, An Open Source ebXML Registry For eGov.
      • 11:15-11:45 a.m. Break
      • 5. 11:45 a.m. Joseph Chiusano, Booz Allen Hamilton: Web Services Security and More: The Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA).
      • 12:30-2:00 p.m. Lunch
  • Agenda-Afternoon
    • Monday March 17 th (continued):
      • 6. 2:00 p.m. Robert Haycock, Office of Management and Budget's Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office: The Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) - An Overview of Vision and Progress.
      • 7. 2:45 p.m. Rick Rogers, Fenestra: E-Forms for e-Gov: The Use of XML Standards-based Applications.*
      • 3:30-4:00 p.m. Break
      • 8. 4:00 p.m. Kevin William, Blue Oxide Technologies: The XML Collaborator-Industry Standards Interoperability and Applicability to E-Gov Initiatives.*
      • 9. 4:45 p.m. Michael Lang and Ed Falkner, MetaMatrix: The MetaMatrix System for Model-driven Integration with Enterprise Metadata.*
      • 10. 5:30 p.m. Michel Biezunski, Coolheads Consulting: Cognitive Topic Map Web Sites-Aggregating Information Across Individual Agencies and E-Gov Initiatives.*
    *Formal pilots of the XML Web Services Working Group for the Governance and Components Subcommittees and the Data Reference Model (DRM).
  • Agenda-Tomorrow Morning
    • Tuesday, March 18th:
      • 11. 9:00 a.m. Jeff Harrison, Open GIS Consortium: Open Web Services Demonstration and Geospatial One-Stop Portal E-Gov Initiative.
      • 12. 9:45 a.m. Sam Hunting, eTopicality, Inc.: Goose 1.0: The Open Source, RESTful Topic Map Server.
      • 13. 11:00 a.m. Brian Behlendorf and Michael Kochanik, CollabNet, Collaboration and CoSourcing: Designing Intergovernmental Services and Sharable Components.
      • 14. 11:45 a.m. Brian Behlendorf, The Apache Experience.
      • 15. 4:45 p.m. Ralph Hodgson, TopQuadrant, Inc., The Potential of Semantic Technologies for E-Gov.
  • Joint Governance, Components & Emerging Technology Subcommittees Pilot Projects Components (DRM) /”Distributed Registries and Metadata Models” Components (DRM) )/”Eforms for E-Gov” and Others Components (DRM)/”Eforms for E-Gov” Subcommittees/Pilots Latest version supports both OMG and W3C standards. Model-driven integration with enterprise metadata. MetaMatrix System and XML Collaborator Information Integration To be launched in February 2003. Collaborative design and registry platform. XML Collaborator Web Services Launched by Census Bureau in January 2003. XML Standards- based electronic and paper forms. GIDS(Generaliz-ed Instrument Design System) Data Collection and Validation Status Description Pilot Tool Purpose of XSD
  • Joint Governance, Components & Emerging Technology Subcommittees Pilot Projects (continued) Governance and Components (DRM)/”Topic Maps for the FEA” ISO/IEC13250 Standard 2000-2002. Using the BRM to aggregate information across individual agencies & E-Gov Initiatives. Cognitive Topic Map Web Sites (CTW) Information Aggregation Components (DRM) /”Distributed Components Governance /Semantic FEA Capabilities Advisor Subcommittees/ Pilots Canadian Government, DISA, etc. Host GIDS and other reusable E-Gov Components SourceCast Intergovernmental Services and Sharable Components Semantic standards (RDF, RDFS, OWL) Web services to provide agencies with semantic access to reusable capabilities to support the eGOV initiatives. An Open Standard Ontology Tool and Platform Semantic Integration Status Description Pilot Tool Purpose of XSD
  • Example of Components*: Eforms
    • Components Subcommittee Process:
      • Target Agency Pilot.
      • Provide Incentive.
      • Create Sharable Item.
      • Involve Industry.
    • XML Web Services WG “Eforms for E-Gov” Pilot:
      • Census’s GIDS.
      • Cost Savings.
      • Open Source.
      • Vendor Support for Open Standards (XSD, XForms, and SVG)
    *An Enterprise Architecture Component is a self-contained business process or service with predetermined functionality that may be exposed through a business or technology interface.
  • Example of Components*: Eforms
    • Components Subcommittee Process:
      • Identification.
      • Classification.
      • Standardization.
      • Publication.
      • Utilization.
    • XML Web Services WG “Eforms for E-Gov” Pilot:
      • eGrants SF424.
      • eGrants(BRM & XNS).
      • XML Schema.
      • XML Collaborator.
      • XML Web Service.
    *An Enterprise Architecture Component is a self-contained business process or service with predetermined functionality that may be exposed through a business or technology interface.
  • Example of Components: Federation (loosely coupled)
    • Granularity:
      • Components
      • Metadata Models
      • Registries
    • Examples:
      • Eforms (e.g. eGrants)
      • Data Elements and XML Schema (e.g. DOD ISO 11179 Registries)
      • ebXML (e.g. GSA-NIST XML Registry)
    E.g. Subcomponent of XML Schema to E-Gov Portal (e.g. Geospatial One-Stop) to Complete Line of Business (e.g. Data and Statistics Development, Health Informatics, etc.). E.g. The XML Collaborator Pilot is federating components, metadata models, and registries by supporting XML, ebXML, and UDDI standards.
  • Agenda-Morning
    • Monday, March 17th:
      • 1. 8:30 a.m. Susan Turnbull, GSA, and Brand Niemann, EPA: Introductions and Overview.
      • 2. 9:00 a.m. Tod Jackson and Steve Wheat, Enterprise Architects for Administrative IT at the University of Illinois and Co-Founders of the OpenEAI Software Foundation: The OpenEAI Project - Open Source Enterprise Application Integration Software and Methodology.
      • 3. 9:45 a.m. John Rehberger, USDA, Managing EAMS As An Open Source Project.
      • 4. 10:30 a.m. Farrukh Najmi, SUN Microsystems, and Joseph Potvin, Public Works And Government Services Canada, An Open Source ebXML Registry For eGov.
      • 11:15-11:45 a.m. Break
      • 5. 11:45 a.m. Joseph Chiusano, Booz Allen Hamilton: Web Services Security and More: The Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA).
      • 12:30-2:00 p.m. Lunch
  • Agenda-Afternoon
    • Monday March 17 th (continued):
      • 6. 2:00 p.m. Robert Haycock, Office of Management and Budget's Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office: The Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) - An Overview of Vision and Progress.
      • 7. 2:45 p.m. Rick Rogers, Fenestra: E-Forms for e-Gov: The Use of XML Standards-based Applications.*
      • 3:30-4:00 p.m. Break
      • 8. 4:00 p.m. Kevin William, Blue Oxide Technologies: The XML Collaborator-Industry Standards Interoperability and Applicability to E-Gov Initiatives.*
      • 9. 4:45 p.m. Michael Lang and Ed Falkner, MetaMatrix: The MetaMatrix System for Model-driven Integration with Enterprise Metadata.*
      • 10. 5:30 p.m. Michel Biezunski, Coolheads Consulting: Cognitive Topic Map Web Sites-Aggregating Information Across Individual Agencies and E-Gov Initiatives.*
    *Formal pilots of the XML Web Services Working Group for the Governance and Components Subcommittees and the Data Reference Model (DRM).
  • Agenda-Tomorrow Morning
    • Tuesday, March 18th:
      • 11. 9:00 a.m. Jeff Harrison, Open GIS Consortium: Open Web Services Demonstration and Geospatial One-Stop Portal E-Gov Initiative.*
      • 12. 9:45 a.m. Sam Hunting, eTopicality, Inc.: Goose 1.0: The Open Source, RESTful Topic Map Server.
      • 13. 11:00 a.m. Brian Behlendorf and Michael Kochanik, CollabNet, Collaboration and CoSourcing: Designing Intergovernmental Services and Sharable Components.*
      • 14. 11:45 a.m. Brian Behlendorf, The Apache Experience.
      • 15. 4:45 p.m. Ralph Hodgson, TopQuadrant, Inc., The Potential of Semantic Technologies for E-Gov.*
    *Formal pilots of the XML Web Services Working Group for the Governance and Components Subcommittees and the Data Reference Model (DRM).