GSRM Meta-Model: venture outline and demo

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GSRM Meta-Model: extend outline and demo Gary Doucet Head of Delegation, Canada 12 th UN/CEFACT Plenary Geneva, May 22-24, 2006

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UN/CEFACT Agenda Item #6 Canada underpins the possibility that the UN/CEFACT program of benchmarks setting, and related administrations, can bolster both the privates and open segment. The accompanying slides condense our experience to utilize the UN/CEFACT meta-display (UMM) for e-trade to build up a meta-demonstrate for the matter of government (GSRM Meta-Model). Our goal is to educate the Plenary and to add to accord improvement on motivation thing #6. Our experience to date is exceptionally positive and we welcome input from this Plenary on whether this approach could prompt to norms that bolster both people in general and private divisions.

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Objective Highlight extend targets, extension, deliverables and courses of events Identify GSRM and UMM collaborations Represent GSRM ideas as UML/UMM builds Use BTEP extend cases to deliver GSRM consistent models Show some demonstrating instrument screens and elements Summarize comes about Identify conceivable next strides Questions and talks

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Project Objectives Create a formal Meta-Model for the Government Strategic Reference Model (GSRM) Prepare an arrangement of worksheets to help benefit specialists and modelers to utilize GSRM Develop an UMM agreeable displaying apparatus to model government applications and administration

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Source Documents BTEP Practitioners Handbook UN/CEFACT'S Modeling Methodology Version 1.0 - (1 st Working Draft) Canadian Service Description Mark-up Language (CSDML) Government Strategic Reference Model (GSRM) Iteration 2 Service Reference Patterns for GSRM ISO 15944-4 Resource, Event, Agent (REA) BTEP Transition Design for Small Business Start-up

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Project Timelines Work started – Jan. 9 th , 2006 1 st draft of business area see – Jan. 14 1 st draft of business prerequisites see – Feb. 17 1 st draft of business exchange see – Mar. 3 Distributed to UN/CEFACT working gatherings on systems of displaying and e-govt – Mar. 4 GSRM MM displayed at UN/CEFACT 8 th Forum – Mar 13-17 Prototype GSRM demonstrating device discharged – Mar. 31 th (and continuous) Small business start-up illustrations created - Mar. 28 th Sample worksheets produced - Mar. 31 st Draft of GSRM MM User Guide gave – Mar. 31 st

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GSRM - Common Language and Structure For the Business of Government

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e-Government versus e-Business

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GSRM BTEP Transformation Blueprint Transformation Roadmap What How Where Who When Why Things imperative to the business Programs Services Jurisdictions Business areas Geographical regions Target Groups Roles Parties Communities Organizations Workforce Cycles Events Vision Authorities Needs, Targeted needs Value proclamations Outcomes Environment things Strategic Design & Planning Deliverables Business Problem Assessment Target Business Vision Transformation Strategy Target Business Design Transformation Business Case Transformation Master Plan System Design & Planning Deliverables e.g. as characterized by RUP (Rational Unified Process) or UMM (UNCEFACT Modeling Methodology) Scope & Context Information Model Program Service Alignment Model Service Integration & Alignment Model Operations Model Service level understandings Logistics Model Target Group Model Community Model Organization Responsibility Model Culture Model Events & Cycles Model Target Group State Transition Model Authorities Model Performance Model Conceptual Logical information display Application engineering Use Cases Distribution engineering (Z - conveyed framework design) Human interface engineering Processing structure Business manage show Logical Physical information demonstrate System outline System engineering Presentation design Control structure Rule outline Physical Data definition Program Network engineering Security engineering Timing definition Rule detail Implementation Service asks for Service yields Process inputs Process yields Service cases Process occurrences Physical areas Channels Service beneficiaries Workers Service providers Schedule Performance actuals Operating Plans Operational Operations Blueprint

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GSRM Models - Design Elements WHEN HOW WHERE WHO WHY WHAT (ROW 1: PROGRAM STRATEGIC PLANNER SCOPE/CONTEXT) Programs Jurisdictions Parties Needs Resources Events & Cycles Roles Goals Services Locations Target Groups Strategies (ROW 2: PROGRAM OWNER/CONCEPTUAL MODEL) Schedules Logistics Models Processes Performance Metrics Workflows Semantic Model Scenarios

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BDV BRV BTV UMM Superimposed on GSRM/BTEP Transformation Blueprint Transformation Roadmap What How Where Who When Why Things critical to the business Programs Services Jurisdictions Business areas Geographical ranges Target Groups Roles Parties Communities Organizations Workforce Cycles Events Vision Authorities Needs, Targeted needs Value explanations Outcomes Environment things Strategic Design & Planning Deliverables Business Problem Assessment Target Business Vision Transformation Strategy Target Business Design Transformation Business Case Transformation Master Plan System Design & Planning Deliverables e.g. as characterized by RUP (Rational Unified Process) or UMM (UNCEFACT Modeling Methodology) Scope & Context Information Model Program Service Alignment Model Service Integration & Alignment Model Operations Model Service level understandings Logistics Model Target Group Model Community Model Organization Responsibility Model Culture Model Events & Cycles Model Target Group State Transition Model Authorities Model Performance Model Conceptual Logical information show Application engineering Use Cases Distribution design (Z - dispersed framework engineering) Human interface engineering Processing structure Business manage display Logical BSI Physical information demonstrate System outline System design Presentation engineering Control structure Rule plan Physical BSV Impl'n Dep't) Data definition Program Network design Security engineering Timing definition Rule detail Implementation Service asks for Service yields Process inputs Process yields Service occurrences Process examples Physical areas Channels Service beneficiaries Workers Service providers Schedule Performance actuals Operating Plans Operational Operations Blueprint

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Small Business Start-up (SMS) Cross-jurisdictional venture embraced by CIOB, IC, COBSC and Halton district to exhibit utilization of BTEP for fitting and upgrading govt administrations 3.5 months exertion finished in Feb. 2004 Report used to make GSRM MM illustrations SMS determinations improved by information from take after on venture - BizPal site Next few slides talk about specimen information used to make GSRM MM cases

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BTEP - Opportunity Identification Deliverables

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Opportunity Statement : Enhance COBSC Services

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GSRM Top Model - administrations for eatery new companies Govt benefit yield sorts are sections Needs are lines Letters demonstrate govt benefit yields provided by particular wards to address customer issue on that column (M=Municipal R=/Regional, P=Provincial, F=Federal ) Click here to open the spreadsheet

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State Transitions - opening an eatery Primary expresses an individual experiences in opening an eatery Multiple ways are conceivable – dominating way appeared in blue Various administrations are required over the long run to help the business person make the state move

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Transition Output Bundles gathered by GSRM Service Output Type (essential way) Services could be packaged by state move and administration yield sort to disentangle the business start-up errands for the business person Advisory administrations, required at most move focuses, originate from numerous purviews Entrepreneurs don't know when they require guidance, what things to ask or who to ask and there is no main issue of access to the counseling administrations offer by all locales Click here to open vizio outline

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Service Process Pattern Analysis Service Process Pattern demonstrates the procedures used to convey a particular kind of administration yield

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SBS - Program Logic Model

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UMM Foundation Module

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UMM - Business Domain View (BDV)

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GSRM – Business Domain View (BDV)

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Stereotype ServiceRecipient Base Class Actor Parent BusinessPartner Description A Service Recipient is the gathering that straightforwardly gets or encounters, either readily or begrudgingly, the yield of an administration. Label Definition Inherited labeled qualities: serviceRecipientName Type String Interest Multiplicity 1 Description The name given to the Service Recipient serviceRecipientDescription Type String Multiplicity 1 Description A portrayal of the Service Recipient GSRM Concept - UML Stereotype + Tags

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A hasNeed affiliation MUST dependably interface a Need and a TargetGroup bundle Model_Management setting Association inv isHasNeedsConnector: self.isHasNeeds() suggests self.client->one(isNeed()) and self.supplier->one(isTargetGroup()) self.client->size() == 1 and self.supplier - >size() == 1 GSRM Quality Assurance – Object Constraint Language

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GSRM – BDV Stereotypes + Tags

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GSRM – Business Requirements View (BRV)

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GSRM – Business Transaction View

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Capturing GSRM Stereotypes + Tag Data

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Generating Use Case Diagrams

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Generating an Activity Graph

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Generating BTV Models

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Modeling Environment A vigorous demonstrating foundation will require apparatuses to bolster standard UML profiles that empower displaying information to be found, foreign, adjusted, contributed and enlisted, in at least one registries, for re-use by a group of practice Quality models rely on upon exhaustive learning of: Program goals and approach con

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