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  • 1. 24th November 2009 Bruxelles Klaus Vilstrup Pedersen DIFI, Norway Applying standards in eProcurement and eInvoicing
  • 2. PEPPOL Sustainability
    • Sustainability is our objective
    • Governance describes what is needed to achieve a sustainable solution.
    • Governance has been defined as "rules, processes and behaviour that affect the way in which powers are exercised…. particularly as regards openness, participation, accountability, effectiveness and coherence“ [European Commission, European Governance - A White Paper, 2001]
    • Life-cycle management (LCM) is a fundamental architecture governance activity
    • Governance and Life-cycle management of :
    • PEPPOL Pilots (Short term) -> 31.10.2011
    • PEPPOL (Long term) 01.11.2011 ->
  • 3. LCM of PEPPOL asset portefolio
    • The set of specifications that adds up to suites of full eProcurement solutions
    • The set of central components that supports the implemented architecture
    • The set of legal agreements that supports the PEPPOL eProcurement architecture
  • 4. Governance and LCM PEPPOL Compliance
  • 5. Lifecycle management
    • Strategically, life-cycle management ensures that we have the right portfolio of specifications and solutions to deliver the highest possible business value over time
    • Tactically, life-cycle management ensures that each set of specifications and solutions is of the highest possible quality and used appropriately
    • Operationally, life-cycle management ensures that solutions is used with highest possible quality
  • 6. Life Cycle Management
    • Delivering consistent business value through:
    • Portfolio management
    • Consumption management
    • Creation and change management — manage the planning, definition, development, change and use
  • 7. ITIL inspiration
    • 1. Service Strategy
    • 2. Service Design
    • 3. Service Transition
    • 4. Service Operation
    • 5. Continual Service
    • Improvement
    Checklist
  • 8. Change management (example)
    • Change Management ensures that changes are recorded, evaluated, authorized, prioritized, planned, tested, implemented, documented and reviewed in a controlled manner.
    • Change = new participants (Service Providers, Contracting Authorities, Economic Operators)
    • Change = introducing new (versions of) specifications in the portefolio
    • Change = introducing new services
    • Change = Go from one ambition level to another
  • 9. BP – Interoperability Level dim. Legal Organisational Semantic Technical VCD eCatalogue eOrdering eInvoicing Pre Awarding PostAwarding Payment
  • 10. BP – Interoperability Level dim. Legal Organisational Semantic Technical VCD eCatalogue eOrdering eInvoicing Pre Awarding PostAwarding Payment CEN ISSS WS/eCAT
  • 11. BP – Interoperability Level dim. Legal Organisational Semantic Technical VCD eCatalogue eOrdering eInvoicing Pre Awarding PostAwarding Payment CEN eInv2 CEN eInv2
  • 12. BP – Interoperability Level dim. Legal Organisational Semantic Technical VCD eCatalogue eOrdering eInvoicing Pre Awarding PostAwarding Payment CEN ISSS WS/BII
  • 13. BP – Interoperability Level dim. Legal Organisational Semantic Technical VCD eCatalogue eOrdering eInvoicing Pre Awarding PostAwarding Payment eInvoicing Expert Group
  • 14. BP – Interoperability Level dim. Legal Organisational Semantic Technical VCD eCatalogue eOrdering eInvoicing Pre Awarding PostAwarding Payment European Commission Pilot
  • 15. BP – Interoperability Level dim. PreAwarding PostAwarding Other Projects Other Domains Other Projects Other Domains Infrastructure eSignature
  • 16. Life cycle dimension ?? Central component operation Innovation Development Monitoring/Evaluation Awareness/Traction Change management Tools Legal Organisational Semantic Technical Generic Generic Life Cycle Management
  • 17. PEPPOL Traction
    • Support new participants
    • Attract new participants
    • Secure that consistent business value is delivered
      • Keywords:
        • Implement new (versions of) open standards in the portefolio
        • Implement new solutions in the portefolio
      • Principles
        • Close cooperation with the private sector “If possible, leave it to the market”
        • Base the portefolio on open standards
  • 18. Governance Life Cycle Managemengt Legal Organisational Semantic Technical Generic Generic European Specification Groups OASIS TC CEN ISSS WS/? (many) Worldwide Specification Groups W3C and others UN/CEFACT and others
  • 19. Short Term Challenges
    • Asset protefolio
      • Legal agreements
        • Peering agreements
      • Central components
        • Infrastructure
        • eCatalogue
        • VCD
      • Specifications
        • CEN ISSS WS/BII profiles
        • WP specifications
  • 20. Short Term Challenges
    • Governance
      • Project management
    • Life cycle management
      • Tools
      • Change management
      • Awareness/Traction
      • Evaluation
      • Development
      • Innovation
      • Central component operation
  • 21. Tasks for Long Term
    • Life cycle management
      • ITIL inspired (check list)
      • Identify dimensions and detail
    • Define Organization
      • Central organisation
        • Tasks
      • Specification groups
      • Align with dimensions
    • Peering agreements
    • Use of ISA programme for operating central components
  • 22. Define organisation
    • Dependent on the life cycle model and dimensions
    • Principles
    • Openness
    • Agility
    • Involve the private sector
  • 23. Sustainability group
    • Create a “Sustainability group” involving major stakeholders
      • PEPPOL participants (WP 7 coordinator, Deputy Project Director)
      • DG INFSO
      • DG MARKT
      • DG ENTERPRISE
      • DG DIGIT
      • IDABC / ISA
      • Publication office (TED)  
    • Create a “private sector group” with private sector organizations
      • Initiated at the PEPPOL conference in Copenhagen in October
  • 24. Plan
    • 10-12-2009 First draft of Governance and Lifecycle model
    • 10-12-2009 Sustainability plan established
    • 31-03-2010 Second draft of Governance and Lifecycle model
    • 31-10-2010 Third draft of Governance and Lifecycle model
    • 31-03-2011 Fourth draft of Governance and Lifecycle model
    • 31-10-2011 Final draft of Governance and Lifecycle model
    • 31-10-2011 Governance and LCM
    • implemented
  • 25. PEPPOL Conference Implementing eProcurement with PEPPOL February 9th – 11th 2010 Malmö, Sweden