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Title: The FEA Data and Information Reference Model DRM: Information Sharing


1
The FEA Data and Information Reference Model
(DRM) Information Sharing
  • Brand Niemann
  • Co-Chair Semantic Interoperability Community of
    Practice (SICoP)
  • Best Practices Committee (BPC), CIO Council, and
  • Enterprise Architecture Team, Office of
    Environmental Information
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • November 10, 2004

2
Overview
  • 1. FEA DRM Committee
  • 2. Early DRM Pilots
  • 3. Early DRM Implementations
  • 4. SICoP DRM Pilots

3
1. FEA DRM Committee
  • As Chair, CIOCs XML Web Services Working Group
  • January 22, 2003, Suggestions for the FEA DRM to
    the Chief Architect.
  • March 19, 2003, Suggestions for Strengthening the
    FEA DRM to the Chief Architect.
  • May 19, 2003, Suggestions for Strengthening the
    DRM to the Chief Architects Special Offsite
    Meeting
  • Extending to Support the Joint Government Data
    Information Reference Model (GDIRM), the Business
    Compliance One Stop E-Gov Initiative, ITIPS-II,
    Component Technology Activities, and the
    Geospatial Interoperability Reference Model
    (GIRM).
  • As Member of the CIOCs Architecture
    Infrastructure Committee
  • April, 2003, Asked by the Chief Architect to Lead
    and Pilot the Joint Government Data Information
    Reference Model (GDIRM) Task in the AIC
    Governance Subcommittee Work Plan.
  • November 17, 2003, Asked to Co-Lead the Federal
    Data Management Strategy for the DRM Business
    Driver 4 Resolve Data Semantic Issues That
    Impede Community of Practice Work.
  • February 6, 2004, Asked by the Chief Architect to
    Provide Comments at the FEA Discussion Forum on
    the DRM V1.0 Draft, White House Conference
    Center
  • Emulate the IC MWG and see the plan outlined at
    the Web-Enabled Government Conference that week
    for creating Volume 2-4 examples with Semantic
    Web technologies and standards.

4
FEA DRM Committee(Continued)
  • As Co-Chair of the CIOCs Semantic
    Interoperability Community of Practice (SICoP)
  • March 2004, Chartered under the Best Practices
    Committee to promote information
    management/information technology best practices
    for semantic interoperability with semantic
    technologies.
  • June 2004, Partnered with the Ontolog Open
    International Forum on Business Ontology and
    initiated a series of pilot projects in support
    of the FEA DRM and a Best Practices Repository
    (http//web-services.gov)
  • August 30 and September 8, 2004, Announcement of
    the Semantic Interoperability White Paper Series
    and Release of Module 1 (The Semantic Primer)
    Executive Summary at the Army Knowledge
    Management Conference and the Second Annual
    Conference on Semantic Technologies for
    eGovernment.
  • November 4, 2004, Participation in the AICs
    Semantic Interoperability Study Group (SISiG) and
    announcement of the Semantic Web Applications for
    National Security (SWANS) Conference, February
    8-9, 2005, where vendors will present DRM pilot
    projects in Trade Show using RDF and OWL.

5
2. Early DRM Pilots
  • January 31, 2003, Cognitive Topic Map Web
    Services for the FEA-DRM
  • Aggregating Information Across Individual
    Agencies and E-Gov Initiatives.
  • March 17-19, 2003, Open Standards/Open Source for
    Federal and State eGovernment Programs
    Conference
  • Formal Pilots of the XML Web Services Working
    Group (e.g. IAC MetaMatrix XML Collaborator for
    DHS Integration).
  • February 24, 2004, DRM Pilot of the Statistical
    Abstract of the US Prepared for the March 4-5,
    2004, Symposium America's Scorecard The Census
    in an Ever-Changing Nation, Woodrow Wilson
    International Center for Scholars, Ronald Reagan
    Building, Washington, DC.
  • April 10, 2004, Semantic Interoperability (Web
    Services) Community of Practice SICoP Chartered
    by the Best Practices Committee
  • DRM Pilot for Harmonizing Semantics Across the
    Federal Government.
  • April 23, 2004, Global Justice Information-Sharing
    Initiative DRM Pilot Initiated.
  • May 4, 2004, Universal Business Language (UBL)
    1.0 DRM Pilot Initiated.
  • June 4, 2004, National Infrastructure for
    Community Statistics (NICS) CoP Launched at
    Brookings Institution Meeting
  • Relates to the FEA-eGov Act 2002 DRM Pilots and
    the original Data and Statistics Line of
    Business.
  • August 13, 2004, Two DRM Ontology Pilots
    Presented to EPA Senior Management (ImageMatters
    and Unicorn).
  • October 6, 2004, DON XML Naming Design Rules
    (NDR) DRM Pilot Initiated.

6
3. Early DRM Implementations
  • October 19, 2004, Collaborative
    Expedition-Emerging Technology Workshop 36 at
    the NSF
  • Evolving a Multi-Stakeholder Best Practices
    Process for Implementing An FEA DRM XML Profile
  • Mike Daconta, Metadata Program Manager, US
    Department of Homeland Security and Executive
    Order 13356 Task 5 Lead (Data Interoperability)
    (See slide 7).
  • DRM for Info-Sharing, Comments on Draft DRM, and
    suggested use case scenario for implementation in
    the Protege Knowledgebase and Ontology Editor by
    Holger Knublauch, representative OntologForum /
    Stanford (SMI) Protege Project and developer of
    the OWL plug-in for Protégé (See slide 8).
  • Agency Perspectives
  • Intelligence Community Metadata Working Group (IC
    MWG) See slide 9.
  • DOJ Already implementing with CoPs (see
    September 16, 2004, IAC Meeting).
  • DOI Already implementing (big payback from
    eliminating redundancies).
  • OASIS Have some suggested refinements for
    December 9th Workshop.
  • TopQuadrant Toward An FEA DRM Ontology (like
    work for NASA with TopBraid-Web-based multi-user
    environment for the distributed authoring of
    ontologies) (See slide 10).
  • Note October 20, 2004, Data Reference Model
    (DRM) Volume 1.0 Released - Just a Day After!

7
Revised DRM Structure
Source Designing the FEA DRM for Information
Sharing, October 9, 2004, Michael C. Daconta,
Metadata Program Manager, US Department of
Homeland Security.
8
Protégé Visualization - ezOWL
Source The Protégé System, Holger Knublauch,
Stanford Medical Informatics, Collaborative
Expedition Workshop, NSF, October 19, 2004.
9
3. Early DRM Implementations
  • Intelligence Community Metadata Working Group (IC
    MWG)
  • Standards being implemented in support of the IC
    and the new Executive Order 13356 (Lead Tasks 3A
    and 3B)
  • IC Core, IC ISM, TWPDES
  • See http//www.xml.saic.com/icml/.
  • Tearline specification
  • not available on an unclassified web site.
  • XML Multi-Domain Document
  • Not available. The documentation is under
    development. Should be available in a week or so.
  • DDMS
  • See the DoD Metadata Registry site at
    http//metadata.dod.mil. (Go to the bottom right
    side of the home page.)
  • Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM)
  • http//it.ojp.gov/jxdm/

10
Source Toward an FEA DRM Ontology, Ralph
Hodgson, TopQuadrant, Collaborative Expedition
Workshop, NSF, October 19, 2004.
11
4. SICoP DRM Pilots
  • Federal Region 4 Semantic Interoperability Pilot
    Project Community of Practice and Plans,
    Semantic Interoperability SiG Study Group
    (SISiG), Architecture and Infrastructure
    Committee (AIC), CIO Council, October 28 and
    November 4, 2004
  • Dynamic Knowledge Repository (Best Practices)
  • Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP).
  • Emerging Technology XML CoP / SICoP Pilots at
    the XML 2004 Conference, November 15-19th, and at
    the Semantic Web Applications for National
    Security (SWANS) Conference, February 8-9, 2005
  • RDF/RSS feeds on emerging technology components.
  • RDF/OWL relationships from the semantic
    interoperability vendors and their pilots.

Note A Best Practice Model is FOAF-a-matic at
http//www.ldodds.com/foaf/foaf-a-matic.html
12
Dynamic Knowledge Repository (Best Practices)
Note This addresses Network Steering Board
Lessons Learned 3 The Essential Role of Network
Publishing. See http//web-services.gov, Best
Practices Repository
Enterprise Ontology and Web Services Registry
Dynamic Resources
Semantic Web Services
Web Services
Static Resources
WWW
Semantic Web
Source Derived in part from two separate
presentations at the Web Services One Conference
2002 by Dieter Fensel and Dragan Sretenovic.
Interoperable Syntax
Interoperable Semantics
13
Dynamic Knowledge Repository (Best Practices)
Content gives us the semantics
(taxonomy/ontology) the interoperability, Adam
Pease, SICoP Meeting at MITRE, May 19,
2004. Structure comes from the content
itself, The Large Document Problem, Lucian
Russell, Categorization of Government Information
WG Meeting, 5/10/04.
14
Dynamic Knowledge Repository (Best Practices)
See http//web-services.gov, Dynamic Knowledge
Repositories, Best Practices
15
OASIS Web Services for Remote Portlets
OASIS Web Services for Remote Portals Web Site
http//oasis-open.org/committees/wsrp
16
Syndication of Feeds
Source Bill Kearney, Syndic8, November 5, 2004.
17
Decentralize, But Connectable Architecture
BrowseQueryAnalyzeApp RSS feed
RSS News Reader
RDF Data Server (e.g. Tucana Knowledge Server
RSS News Syndication
Crawler
Ontology-based Web Forms
RSS/RDF Thing File
RSS/RDF Thing File
RSS/RDF Thing File
RSS/RDF Thing File
Source Demo for SWANS Conference February 2005,
Brownell Chalstrom, November 5, 2004.
18
W3C Semantic Web Best Practices and Deployment
Working Group
  • David Wood, Co-Chair, Member of SICoP, and CTO,
    Tucana Technologies.
  • The weblog includes a list of Applications and
    Demos, for the W3C Semantic Web Best Practices
    and Deployment working group Applications and
    Demos taskforce
  • http//esw.w3.org/mt/esw/archives/cat_applications
    _and_demos.html
  • Tim Berners-Lee, What the Semantic Web Can
    Represent, September 1998
  • The Semantic Web is what we will get if we
    perform the same globalization process to
    knowledge Representation that the Web initially
    did to hypertext.
  • We remove the centralized concepts of absolute
    truth, total knowledge, and total provability,
    and see what we can do with limited knowledge.
  • http//www.w3.org/DesignIssues/RDFnot.html
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