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Lisa Marie Martinez
What we are talking abouthierarchy of needs and information inhigh performing delivery systemsWho needs to know?consum...
ensuring information abouteach consumer (child) andcustomer (parent) isacquired and stored once
 Hierarchy of information includesthe grouping or categories within asubject or “thing”. how does this affect you or why...
Who? In this scenario we are in theUnited States
Federal sponsor supplies abudget to the stateadministratorThe state administratorallocates the budget toeach countyThen...
semantic relationships across globalboundaries
Architecture Agility A thing having 1 or moresub-grouping or categories. In this example a countyhas 1 or more cities. ...
nationcountrystate 1county 1county 2state 2 county 1natural hierarchy extended for states in a nation
CountyCity 1City 2City 3
CountyCity 1zip code 1zip code 2City 2Zip code 2Zip code 1City 3
Accountability and Auditability
nationalstatecityServiceProviderServiceProvider
• Our constitutional rightswere taken from us, whenwe have long taken issuewith big brother watchingus.• Our service provi...
each city has a series of zip codes exceptions being less than 20% of theuse cases under-developed countries excludedbu...
 people are identified by zipcode based on residence permanent versus temporarywould be an identifier the rule being ph...
Build once used by many
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Federal redesign based on six sigma lean in one county.

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Build once used by many

  1. 1. Lisa Marie Martinez
  2. 2. What we are talking abouthierarchy of needs and information inhigh performing delivery systemsWho needs to know?consumers – me and yousponsorsprovidersScenario – information hierarchiescorrect visual citycorrect visual nationalValidity of informationease of access and delivery withouthigher costInformationhierarchies and validdata capture.Information deliverywithout the high costprivacy and consumerprotectionspeed and accuracyfor built once andused by many
  3. 3. ensuring information abouteach consumer (child) andcustomer (parent) isacquired and stored once
  4. 4.  Hierarchy of information includesthe grouping or categories within asubject or “thing”. how does this affect you or whydoes this need your attention? think of your checkingaccount... you have deposits you have debits you must not over spendbeyond your deposit orbalance The federal budget is justlike a checking account The deposits must notexceed the spending
  5. 5. Who? In this scenario we are in theUnited States
  6. 6. Federal sponsor supplies abudget to the stateadministratorThe state administratorallocates the budget toeach countyThen each county to eachcity
  7. 7. semantic relationships across globalboundaries
  8. 8. Architecture Agility A thing having 1 or moresub-grouping or categories. In this example a countyhas 1 or more cities. Cities must be grouped bycounty for many reasons, inthis case to ensure singlecounting of budget needsor demand. Every city and thereforethe county will group theemployees who supportthe cities for a county.
  9. 9. nationcountrystate 1county 1county 2state 2 county 1natural hierarchy extended for states in a nation
  10. 10. CountyCity 1City 2City 3
  11. 11. CountyCity 1zip code 1zip code 2City 2Zip code 2Zip code 1City 3
  12. 12. Accountability and Auditability
  13. 13. nationalstatecityServiceProviderServiceProvider
  14. 14. • Our constitutional rightswere taken from us, whenwe have long taken issuewith big brother watchingus.• Our service providerscontractual agreements areno longer honored and weare not informed, eventhough we have taken issuewith big brother watchingus.• The threats and risk aresubtle and beginning tosurface with theresponsibility left to aconsumer.Issues
  15. 15. each city has a series of zip codes exceptions being less than 20% of theuse cases under-developed countries excludedbut not forgotten; the value inensuring those countries have thesame model ensures cost and securedelivery zip codes summarize populations in ageneric manner and each localgovernment has the option to enrichlocally without changing the contextof the information. validity of information
  16. 16.  people are identified by zipcode based on residence permanent versus temporarywould be an identifier the rule being physicallocation

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