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Title: Collaboration Expedition Workshop


1
Collaboration Expedition Workshop 23 To Explore
the Potential and Realities for Excellence in
Public Space Architecting Forms with Meaning,
That Stand the Test of Time
  • April 15, 2003
  • National Science Foundation
  • Stafford II Building, 4121 Wilson Blvd., Room 555
  • Susan Turnbull, GSA, Chair, Universal Access WG
  • Brand Niemann, EPA, Chair, Web Services WG

2
Purpose of Workshops
  • Open up communication circles among diverse
    stakeholders.
  • Accelerate commitments and maturation of open
    standard components for e-government.
  • Collaborative incubator process.

3
Sponsors
  • Architecture and Infrastructure Committee of the
    CIO Council (http//www.cio.gov)
  • Emerging Technology, Governance, and Components
    Subcommittees
  • http//cio.gov/documents/architecture_subcommittee
    _charters.html
  • Interagency Working Group for Information
    Technology Research and Development
    (http//www.itrd.gov).

4
Roles and Relationships
  • Unite the CIO Councils Architecture
    Infrastructure Committee exploring near-term
    technology designs for citizen-centric
    government.
  • With the Interagency WG on IT RD exploring
    long-range research agendas.
  • How can IT RD be harnessed to build broad
    communities of practice to advance e-government?

5
Relationship to Universities
  • Internet 2 A consortium of 180 universities
    advancing the next generation internet.
  • Cyberspace Policy Institute, School of
    Engineering and Applied Science, George
    Washington University.
  • University and Federal Laboratory Researchers
    invited to participate in workshops.

6
Monthly Open Workshops
  • Explore common purposes with scope beyond what
    government can do alone.
  • Participation by innovators/bridge-builders.
  • Contributes to culturally expansive learning
    among separate communities.
  • Collaboration site at http//ioa-qpnet-co.gsa.gov/
    UA-Exp.

7
Workshop Community Values
  • Accommodate Difference
  • Greater Diversity of Participation around Shared
    Purpose.
  • Faster Innovation Diffusion
  • Improved Ability to Appreciate the Whole Picture
    and Engage in Sustained Dialogue.
  • Better Marketplace Discernment
  • Nexus of common sense and good science.

8
Benefits
  • Catalyst for emergence of open standards based,
    government without boundaries activities.
  • Contributes to Federal EA development and IT RD
    research agendas.
  • Joint authorship of Extending Digital Dividends
    guide.
  • Incubator platform for proof of concept pilots
    and Innovators.

9
Transforming How We Work Together To Better Serve
the Public
10
Outcomes
  • Fostered Two CIO Council Award Recognitions.
  • Emerging Technology/Standards Leadership Award.
  • Distributed the Digital Dividends Guide to 3500
    Senior Executives.
  • New incubator pilot projects from collaboration
    with the XML Web Services WG.
  • Development of the e-Health and FEA/XML Web
    Services Tracks of the GWU e-Gov Conference that
    will become part of FOSE in 2004.
  • Initial XML Topic Map Web Service of FEA and
    Conference content being presented today!

11
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.

12
The CIO Councils Architecture and Infrastructure
Committee
  • Leadership
  • John Gilligan, USAF CIO, Co-Chair.
  • Laura Callahan, DHS Deputy CIO, Co-Chair.
  • Norman Lorentz, OMB CTO, Advisor.
  • Three Subcommittees
  • Governance Policy guidance and assistance in
    design and implementation of the Enterprise
    Architecture discipline and practice.
  • Components Identify, mature and facilitate
    use/reuse of Component-based Architectures.
  • Emerging Technology Identify technologies with
    the potential to improve the value and quality of
    the FEA
  • Public Key Encryption WG
  • XML WG
  • Universal Access WG
  • XML Web Services WG

13
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.

14
Workshop 23
  • Purpose
  • To Explore the Potential and Realities for
    Excellence in Public Space - Architecting Forms
    with Meaning, That Stand the Test of Time.

15
Questions
  • As we look back over the history of notation
    systems (language, music, books, mathematics,
    money) are we overdue for a notational
    breakthrough to accommodate the complex forms and
    relationships of our era?
  • Is the notation the limitation?
  • How are new Collaborative Discovery and
    Collaborative Engagement tools like Digital
    Talking Books and Topic Maps broadening how
    societies share and preserve meaning over time?

16
Agenda
  • 845 a.m - Welcome and Introductions
  • Susan Turnbull, GSA, Chair, Universal Access WG.
  • Brand Niemann, EPA, Chair, XMLWeb Services WG.
  • 900 a.m.- Leveraging Notation Systems
    Developing Applications that Stand the Test of
    Time, Jeff Long, Independent Consultant.
  • 945 a.m. Dialogue
  • 1015 a.m. - Surpassing Gutenberg Demonstration
    of Digital Talking Books and Implications for
    Citizen-Centered Service Delivery, Selene
    Dalecky, GPO, Janina Sajka, AFB, and Dave
    Schleppenbach, GH Braille.
  • 1100 a.m. Dialogue
  • 1125 a.m. Overview of XML Web-Services WG at 2
    p.m. and Future Events, Brand Niemann.
  • 1130 am. - Aggregating Information Across
    Individual Agencies and E-Gov Initiatives with
    Topic Maps, Michel Biezunski, Coolheads
    Consulting.
  • 1215 p.m. Dialogue
  • 1245-115 p.m. - Who is Here? Who is Missing?
  • 115-2 p.m. - Lunch and Networking.
  • 2-5 p.m. - XML Web Services Working Group Meeting.

17
Overview
  • Leveraging Notation Systems Deploying Code for a
    Perceptual Revolution, Jeff Long, Independent
    Consultant
  • By studying and applying the power and principles
    of notation systems from the ancient past to the
    present (music, currency, mathematics,
    chemistry), Jeff has evolved a new way to embed
    business process rule-making in programming code.
     This enterprise architecture approach yields 1)
    a life-cycle of productive usage (10 years) that
    resembles a built, real property asset 2)
    continuous, flexible adaptation to changing
    business rules and 3) maintenance costs 10 times
    less than comparable enterprise code.  Is
    notation the limitation?  Are we overdue for a
    notational breakthrough to accommodate the
    complex ideas, rules, and relationships of our
    era?

18
Overview
  • Surpassing Gutenberg Demonstration of the Open
    Standard Digital Talking Book and Implications
    for Citizen-Centered Service Delivery
  • Highlights of the US Governments first digital
    talking book, in use by patrons at 1300 Federal
    Depository Libraries by Selene Dalecky, GPO.
  • Demonstration of Anticipated Benefits of Digital
    Talk Book Technology in E-government and Data
    Reference Model Initiatives Rendering Content in
    Six Ways to Meet Citizen Expectations and
    Preferences. Presentation and Demonstrations by
    Janina Sajka, American Foundation for the Blind
    and Dave Schleppenbach, GH Braille.

19
Overview
  • Aggregating Information Across Individual
    Agencies and E-Gov Initiatives with Topic Maps,
    Michel Biezunski, Coolheads Consulting
  • Topic Maps represent an open standard, open
    collaboration approach to navigating knowledge
    that provides a Third Way for individuals and
    organizations who witness 1) failed attempts at
    full control and 2) infoglut burdens of no
    control. Demonstrations will include IRS Topic
    Map Pilot and a Topic Map of Open
    Source/Standards for Egovernment Conference
    Presentations.

20
XML Web Services Working Group Meeting
  • 1. Introduction
  • Updates and Announcements.
  • Some Coming Attractions.
  • 2. Business
  • Report on the IAC Web Services SIG (Invited).
  • Report on the MITRE Web Services SIG Pilot
    Projects (Invited).
  • Report on Department of Homeland Security Web
    Services Community/Activity (invited).
  • 3. Presentations
  • Organizations - Organizations Jayne Dutra,
    NASA-JPL, and Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies,
    Proposed Pilot Project Enabling Knowledge
    Discovery Taxonomy Development for NASA.
  • Pilot Project - Kevin Williams, Blue Oxide
    Technologies, XML Collaborator with Taxonomies
    and Other Content, in coordination with the XML
    Working Group Meeting on Taxonomies for
    Classification of E-Records, April 16, 2003.
  • Pilot Project - Adam Hocek, Broadstrokes, Inc.
    (and Co-author of Definitive VoiceXML), VoiceXML
    Applications.
  • Pilot Project Muhannad Kanaan, DynCorp, and
    Team, EPA Facility Data Homeland Security XML and
    VoiceXML Web Services.

21
Some Coming Attractions
  • April 30-May 1, 2003, 2nd Annual Speech
    Technology for Government and Military
    Applications Forum. VoiceXML Pilots.
  • 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.
  • June 9-12, 2003, E-Gov 2003 Conference and
    Exposition, proposed session "Bringing XML Web
    Services to Your Agency" The CIO Council's XML
    Web Services Working Group and Some Examples.
  • June 17, 2003, in conjunction with the Universal
    Access Collaboration Workshop 25 at the National
    Science Foundation (Ballston, VA Orange Line
    Metro Station). Agenda in process.
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