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ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
ISA online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications
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  • 1. EUROPEANJOINING UP GOVERNMENTS COMMISSION ISA’s online service to make it easier for Public Administrations to find ICT specifications February 2013
  • 2. IntroductionISA is undertaking a number ofinitiatives to promote reuse ofICT specifications
  • 3. Who publishes ICT Specifications?Standardisationbodies OASIS GS1 UN/CEFACT W3C ETSI CEN EU Publications Office Listpoint INSPIRE European institutions ISO Third party organisations
  • 4. ... but also Member StatesSE FIThe Swedish Centre for Terminology ONKI Flat terminology repository yhteentoimivuus.fi UK GovTalk DK EE RIHA Code List Digitaliser.dk IVIS portal LV arbejdsgangsbanken.dk DE NL Stelselcatalogus XRepository FR ISDP CZ MDC ES MPTAP
  • 5. However...It is hard to find, understandand reuse ICT specifications ?
  • 6. Let’s look at this from the User perspectiveI am looking for a particularspecification
  • 7. Reusable specifications are not easy to find because they are published on a multitude of websites International Commission on Civil Status UN/CEFACT Digitaliser.dk (Denmark) RIHA (Estonia) OASIS GS1 W3C XRepository (Germany) CEN ISO EU Publications Office Listpoint
  • 8. Google not good enoughThere are too many websitesI don’t know what to use Is it the right version? Is it machine-readable?
  • 9. How can ISA help to: Single-point of access1. Raise visibility of reusable specifications2. Promote a simple way to find specifications from different publishers3. Add valuable metadata to these specifications
  • 10. How was ADMS created?Multi disciplinary PwC and W3C facilitation + W3C methodologyworking group 43 people Enthusiasm around ADMS20 Member States and the US. The ADMS specification: 1200 reads + EU institutions Standardization bodies 640 downloads External experts/academia Currently the specification is available in UML, XML, RDF formats for public review
  • 11. We have designed a solution with two elements: Let’s look at the first oneADMS A common way to describe ICT specificationsASSET This specification was released under the “ISA OpenDESCRIPTION Metadata Licence v1.1” that can be retrieved from https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/category/licence/isa-open-METADATA metadata-licence-v11SCHEMA RDF Schema XML Schema XML schema builds on Universal Business Language Re-uses information elements provided by Core Components Technical Specification (CCTS) of UN/CEFACT
  • 12. Let’s look at the second elementCatalogue | Library |Repository | List | Collection ADMS Platform ASSET DESCRIPTION METADATA SCHEMA Semantic Policy Rest Web document Services Other platforms Describe using ADMS Metadata Specification RDF / XML Metadata Schema E-mail Controlled Vocabulary Mapping Specification Upload on Syntax Specification Joinup Code List Harvestin ... g
  • 13. 15 Partner organisations6 partner organisations from Members States2 partner organisations from European Institutions3 partner organisations from Standardisation Bodies4 partner organisations from other stakeholders
  • 14. Visit JoinupSE The Swedish Centre for Terminology FI ONKI Flat terminology repository yhteentoimivuus.fi UK GovTalk DK RIHA EE Code List Digitaliser.dk IVIS portal LV arbejdsgangsbanken.dk DE NL Stelselcatalogus FR XRepository ISD CZ MDC P ES MPTAP
  • 15. What is the value created? More interoperability TO BE ADMS/Enabled Federation + Adding value to  Raising visibility specifications andValue of specification  Promoting common for their users. description  Positive externalities (Network Tipping effect) point Number of users of the specification
  • 16. How can you join? MAP CREATE TRANSMIT ADMS ADMS file ADMS file Use a dedicated exporter that Build a mapping from a Send the ADMS description transforms the current (RDF/XML format) to JoinupNumber of assets in the repository native schema to ADMS representation of the via REST Web Services specifications into ADMS Use ADMS as a native Use the webpage on Joinup: Send the ADMS description metadata description schema web form to encode the (spreadsheet or RDF/XML ADMS file directly on Joinup format) to Joinup via e-mail Publish the ADMS Joinup via Annotate assets manually Create manually the file e-mail description on the with ADMS and publish them using a text editor or a form. Web (RDF/XML format), so on the web Joinup can harvest it Use the ADMS editor on Use the ADMS editor to Upload manually the ADMS Joinup: web form to encode annotate assets manually on description (spreadsheet or the ADMS file directly on Joinup RDF/XML format) on Joinup Joinup
  • 17. Why using ADMS and joining the federation?Add metadata to your specifications so that they are easy to understandFederate your specifications so that they are easy to find Easy to More Easy to find understand visibility and REUSE 17
  • 18. We provide support 18
  • 19. Get involvedDownload Visit our initiativesFederation Brochure SOFTWAREhttp://joinup.ec.europa.eu/elibrary/document/adms-enabled- FORGESfederation-semantic-asset-repositories-brochure COMMUNITYADMS Brochurehttps://joinup.ec.europa.eu/elibrary/document/adms-brochure ADMS. SW COREContact PUBLIC SERVICE VOCABULARYProgramme ManagerVassilios.PERISTERAS@ec.europa.eu Get involvedTeam Follow @SEMICeu on Twitterhttps://joinup.ec.europa.eu/contact Join SEMIC group on LinkedIn Join SEMIC community on Joinup

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