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Presentation for W3C Goverment Linked Data F2F meeting on January 26, 2012

Presentation for W3C Goverment Linked Data F2F meeting on January 26, 2012

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  • 1. Procurement Best Practices: Linked Data Services MIKE PENDLETON W3C – GLD WORK GROUP THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2012
  • 2. IntroductionGLD Charter: Specific products and services involved in governments publishing linked data will be defined, suitable for use during government procurement. Allow governments to easily specify what they mean when they contract for products and services (like Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)
  • 3. Procurement Needs Audience  Contracting officers and their technical representatives Basic Information  Simple description of linked data (key elements defined)  Value proposition Product and service descriptions Connect with product/service providers in Community Directory Guidance to facilitate adoption  Procurement Checklist  Security Plans
  • 4. Questions Are there other areas that should be covered? What other basic information do procurement officials need to understand linked data? Do the LOD Production/Consumption lifecycle categories make sense? (descriptions needed) Alignment with Community Directory? Anything missing from the procurement checklist? Security section? Glossary: Other/better definitions?
  • 5. Procurement Mike Pendleton (US EPA) George Thomas (US HHS) John Sheridan (The National Archives)