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									2nd Service-Oriented Architectures for E-Government Conference, October 30-31,
2006. Agenda (as of October 31, 2006)
http://www.mitre.org/register/soa/

Monday, October 30, 2006 (All Together All Day)
7:30 – 8:30 AM, Conference Check In (must be pre-registered)
8:30 – 9:00 AM, MITRE Welcome and SOA CoP and Conference Overview
Rick Tucker (MITRE), Conference Host
Greg Lomow (Bearing Point) and Brand Niemann (US EPA), SOA CoP Co-Chairs
9:00 - 10:30 AM, Opening Keynote and SOA CoP Demonstration
Ron Schmelzer (ZapThink)
Cory Casanave (Data Access Technologies), SOA CoP Demo Lead, and Participating
Vendors: Booz Allen Hamilton (Boyd Grant presenting XBRL, not showing demo),
DynAccSys (Sonia Antypas), Metamatrix (Chuck Mosher), Sun Microsystems (John
Landers), and Data Access Technologies (Cory Casanave and Tom Digre)

10:30 - 11:00 AM, BREAK

11:00 - 12 NOON, Panel Session
Organizer: Ron Schmelzer (ZapThink)
Topic: SOA Lessons Learned: The Government Speaks
Panelists - Christopher Traver (U.S. DOJ), Dan Malks (JackBe), and Bob Brown (US
PTO)

12 NOON - 2 PM, Networking Lunch (MITRE Cafeteria) and Posters/Exhibitors
(Atrium). Tutorial Signup Opens

2 - 4 PM - Plenary Session: Previews of Tracks on the Next Day
Track 1: Real World SOA Experiences/Lessons Learned Being Organized by Ali
Arsanjani (IBM-remote) and Marc Halley (MITRE-Brand Niemann substituting)
Track 2: SOA for Information Sharing Being Organized by Greg Lomow (Bearing Point)
Track 3: SOA and BPM, MDA, etc. Being Organized by Cory Casanave (Data Access
Technologies)
Track 4: SOA and Metadata (Semantics) Being Organized by Chuck Mosher
(MetaMatrix)

4 – 5:30 PM Special Recognitions, Networking, and Then Must Leave the Facility

Tuesday, October 31, 2006 (Three Concurrent Activities with Common Break and
Lunch Times)
7:30 – 8:30 AM, Conference Check In (must be pre-registered)

1. TUTORIALS:
8:30 AM - 4:15 PM, Tutorials in Conference Room 1 H 302(LIMITED TO 40)
Tutorial #1, 8:30 AM - 12 NOON, Migration of Legacy Components to an SOA, Dennis
Smith (Carnegie Mellon)



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Tutorial #2, 1 - 4:15 PM, Approaches for Modeling SOAs within Existing Architecture
Tools and Reference Models, Michael Alford and Kevin Brett (SRA International)

2. BREAKOUT SESSION (Atrium-Auditorium Foyer), (SEE PAGES 3-4), IAC SOA
Committee, Chair

3. AUDITORIUM SESSIONS:
8:30 - 10 AM, Topic: Real World SOA Experiences/Lessons Learned
Introductions: Ali Arsanjani (IBM) and Marc Halley (MITRE)
Presentations:
Deborah Phillips, Chief, Enterprise Architecture (for Susan Gragg, NRO CIO), A CIO's
perspective on SOA
Alan Harbitter (Nortel Government Solutions) and David Webber (AC Technologies),
Comparing USPS PostalOne, NIH eReceipts and Amazon.com for eGov and SOA
Arun Majumdar (Cutter Consortium/VivoMind Intelligence), Operationalizing SOA -
Lessons Learned

10:00-10:30 AM, BREAK

10:30 AM – 12 NOON, Topic: SOA for Information Sharing
Introductions: Mike Ruiz (Bearing Point)
Presentations:
Kash Badami and Andrew Lasko (Kapow Technologies), SOA Solutions: The Future of
Information Sharing is Now
Tom Clarke, (National Center for State Courts, Chairman of the U.S. DOJ's Global
Infrastructure/Standards Working Group and member of the Global Executive Steering
Committee) (confirmed), Framework for Justice Information Sharing: Service-Oriented
Architecture (SOA)
Frank Petroski (MITRE), A Proposed Net Centric Services Strategy for the Department
of Defense

12 NOON - 1 PM, NETWORKING LUNCH (MITRE Cafeteria on your own)

1 - 2:30 PM, Topic: SOA and BPM, MDA, etc.
Introductions: Cory Casanave (Data Access Technologies)
Presentations:
David Webber (AC Technologies), Standards and Open Source Tools for Implementing
Loosely Coupled SOA
SOA CoP Demo Participating Vendors: Booz Allen Hamilton (Boyd Grant presenting
XBRL, not showing demo), DynAccSys (Sonia Antypas), Metamatrix (Chuck Mosher),
Sun Microsystems (John Landers), and Data Access Technologies (Cory Casanave and
Tom Digre)

2:30-2:45 PM, SHORT BREAK




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2:45 - 4:15 PM, Topic: SOA and Metadata (Semantics)
Introductions: Chuck Mosher (MetaMatrix)
Presentations:
John Salasin (DARPA-NIST Visiting Researcher), Predictive Metrics To Guide SOA-
Based System Development
Atif Kureishy (Booz Allen Hamilton), Integrating SOA and Ontologies for Information
Sharing
Dave McComb (Semantic Arts), SOA and Semantics

4:15 - 5 PM, CLOSING KEYNOTE:
Introduction: Joe Chiusano (Booz Allen Hamilton)
Speaker: David Linthicum, President and CEO, BRIDGEWERX, Author, and SOA
Thought Leader

5-5:30 PM, Networking and Then Must Leave the Facility

2. BREAKOUT SESSION (Atrium)
Chaired by the IAC SOA Committee Leadership (also judges of the Best Breakout
Session Presentation)

Breakout Session Track 1: Vendor Perceptions and Implementations. Greg Hauser
(Webworld Technologies), Chair, IAC SOA Committee

8:30 AM, Presentations 1-3: Panel
Proposal Organized by Jennifer Olson, Atomic Public Relations
Presentation: SOA in the Government: Perceptions and Implementations
John Emerson, Vice President of Federal Operations, AmberPoint
Samuel N. Ceccola Jr., Deputy CTO, BEA Systems
Mark Zalubas, Chief Technology Officer, Merlin International
Chris Daniels, Director of Federal Operations, Reactivity
Tim Bertrand, Director Federal SOA, Systinet, a division of Mercury Interactive

10-10:30 AM, BREAK

Breakout Session Track 2: Governance. Debbie Brown, Administrative Officer, IAC
SOA Committee

10:30 AM, Presentation 4: Trusted Operations Fabric and Policy Federation and SOA
Governance, Miko Matsumura (Infravio)

11:00 AM, Presentation 5: SOA Governance and Lifecycle Management, Chris Brown
(Systinet)

11:30 AM, Presentation 6: How to communicate the benefits of SOA to Government
Audiences, Michael Alford and Douglas Black (SRA International)




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12 NOON-1 PM, NETWORKING LUNCH (MITRE Cafeteria on your own)

Breakout Session Track 3: Transition to SOA in the Government. Patrick Heinig (PPC),
Cultural Manager, IAC SOA Committee

1:00 PM, Presentation 7: Governance and Reuse of XML Schema Artifacts Using
an ebXML Registry & Repository, Farrukh Najmi (Wellfleet)

1:30 PM, Presentation 8: The Architecture Transition Framework (ATF), Satish
Gattadahalli (EDS)

2:00 PM, Presentation 9: Paving the Bare Spots: Building the Enterprise-wide Defense
Service Bus, Brad Cox (Binary Consulting)

2:30-2:45 PM, SHORT BREAK

Breakout Session Track 4: What are the Benefits? John Smith (Ventera), CTO, IAC SOA
Committee

2:45 PM, Presentation 10: Accelerating Project Delivery by Leveraging SOA Principles,
Michelle Davis (IONA Technologies)

3:15 PM, Presentation 11: Franchise Development, a Strategy for Reuse of Methods and
SOA Components, Phil Magrogan (LMCO) and Steve Hufford (US EPA)

3:45 PM, Presentation 12: Governance Issues in SOA Migration, Dennis Smith (Carnegie
Mellon

Waitlist:
1. David Ellis (Sandia National Laboratories): Federal-National level coordination of
disaster response using the Emergency Data Exchange Language Distribution Element
(EDXL_DE)

2. Melvin Greer (Lockheed Martin): Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Modeling Via
Reuse of Service Components

4:15-5 PM, CLOSING KEYNOTE, (in Auditorium)

5-5:30 PM, Networking and Then Must Leave the Facility




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