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E-Government Development of E-Business Metadata Repository UN/ECE Workshop on E-Government Development in Transition Economies Budapest, Hungary 7 November 2001 UN/ECE TSIED Programme - Electronic Business Metadata Repository Overview UN/ECE TSIED OASIS ebXML Programme Background Implementation Benefits Project Plan UN/ECE - TSIED Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development UN/ECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development Nations - Economic United Commission for Europe, Geneva Committee for Trade, Industry & Enterprise Development WP8 - Working Party on Industry and Enterprise Development TSIED E-Transition Programme Established after UN/ECE 2000 Forum on E–Commerce for Transition Economies in the Digital Age Regular Sessions: 1st Session, 30 Oct 2000, Geneva 2nd Session. 20 March 2001, Geneva 3rd Session, 7-8 November 2001, Budapest 4th Session, 11-12 February 2002, Geneva eBusiness Repository - Overview: TSIED & ebXML TSIED disseminates Best Practices on the use of the Internet for transition economies TSIED assists transition economy governments to implement Internet standards (e.g. ebXML) in support of E–Services in the public domain TSIED works with European Commission on related E-Government projects eContent Project for use of public sector information TSIED works with UN/CEFACT & OASIS on ebXML implementation projects TSIED E-Transition Programme UN/ECE Advisory Council on Digital Economy E-Government Development Internet Infrastructure Development E-Payment Systems Development UN/ECE-ITU Joint E-Learning Programme Virtual SME Development Best Practices on the Use of ebXML OASIS Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards OASIS Overview OASIS is an international membership consortium dedicated to the development and deployment of system interoperability specifications Focused on industry application of structured information standards, such as XML and SGML. Members of OASIS are providers, users and specialists of standards-based technologies OASIS Members include organizations, individuals and industry groups. 400+ organizational & individual members International, Not-for-profit, Open, Independent Successful through industry-wide collaboration OASIS Technical Committees Access Control • Entity Resolution (XACML) • Human Markup Business • Provisioning Transaction Protocol Services (BTP) Conformance • RELAX NG Customer • Security Services Information (CIQ) • Topic Maps Directory Services Published Subj. (DSML) • Universal Business DocBook Language ebXML CPPA • Web Service ebXML IIC Component Model ebXML Messaging (WSCM) • XML Conformance ebXML The Global Standard for Electronic Business What is ebXML Worldwide project to standardize the exchange of electronic business data XML-based infrastructure to enable consistent, secure and interoperable message exchange Supported by hundreds of industry consortia, standards bodies, companies and individuals from around the world Sponsored by OASIS and the United Nations CEFACT Main ebXML concepts Business Processes – Defined as models, Expressed in XML Business Messages – Expressed in XML Trading Partner Agreement – Specifies parameters for businesses to interface with each other – Expressed in XML Business Service Interface – Implements Trading Partner Agreement – Expressed in XML Message Services – Moves the actual XML data between trading partners Registry/Repository - Provides a “container” for process models, vocabularies and partner profiles. eBusiness Repository Electronic Business Programme for eGovernments in Transition Economies UN/ECE TSIED – Answers the Question: What can Governments in Transition Economies do to Encourage Enterprise Development and Economic Growth Through the Adoption of International Standards for Electronic Business? eBusiness Repository - Background Transition economy region’s quality of technology infrastructure necessary to support e-business transactions is still under development Most transition economy governments have centralized databases of registered businesses E-Business requires trusted sources of business data, usually available from government agencies Sustainability of business repositories requires access to officially maintained sources of data eBusiness Repository - Background Many transition economy governments asking TSIED for help in getting started now with e-business infrastructure projects Transition economy government databases of registered businesses provide a good foundation for future e-business transaction marketplaces Transition economy governments have allocated funds, but need public-private sector partnerships European Commission project funding NGOs to organize private industry participants & funds eBusiness Repository - Types of Information What am I? Agent/object (API), document (DTD), database (schema) Who am I? [TSIED E-Government Core Info] Company name, contact, company ID (e.g. DUNS number, product/service categories, public key certificates What services do I offer? Buy, Sell, Request For Bids, Search Catalogues, Currency Conversation, Language Translation What information can I provide? Product list, price list, terms and conditions, product catalogue, order form eBusiness Repository – Research Background Research & development in Registries and Repositories is extensive: Dublin Core Specification, 1997 CommerceNet eCo Framework WG & Spec., 1998-99 OASIS Reg/Rep TC, 1999-2001 ebXML Reg/Rep Project Team & Spec., 1999-2001 UDDI Specification, 2000-present OASIS ebXML Reg/Rep TC, 2001-present eBusiness Repository - Background Registries generally contain the meta-data (data about data) that provides the common structure definitions, along with lists of information types Repositories generally are the storehouses of the actual business data instances, and there can be different repositories of different types of data. The eCo Architecture Specification CommerceNet eCo Framework WG 1998 TSIED Core Biz Data Rep. eBusiness Repository - Background The need for inter-operable business registries & repositories has been recognized as a crucial element for global marketplaces European Commission endorsed the eCo Framework Architecture in 1998 UN/ECE through UN/CEFACT endorsed development of ebXML Registry-Repository specifications eBusiness Repository - Exchanges, e-markets, supply chains need combinations of multiple Web Services Auction, pricing, tax computation, customs, RFP, RFQ, order management, content management No two exchanges, e-markets, supply chains will use the same: Service combination Particular service packages. The complexity of this requires a common foundation of business data and open interfaces Standard interface for globally distributed repositories Minimal engineering effort to connect different sites The Internet in Recent Past Database Application FTP Server Web Server Documents Web Server Documents Web Server Documents Database Application Step 1: Metadata (XML) Database Application FTP Server Web Server Documents Web Server Documents Web Server Documents Database Application Step 2: ebXML Components Database Application FTP Server Web Server Documents Web Server Documents Web Server Documents Database Application Step 3: ebXML Registries/Repositories Database Registry Application FTP Server Repository Web Server Repository Documents Web Server Documents Web Server Documents Database Application Registry Step 4: Web Service Agents Agent Database Registry Application FTP Server Agent Registry Web Server Documents Registry Web Server Documents Agent Web Server Documents Database Application Registry Step 4: E-Business Services Payment Process Services Agent Database Registry Application FTP Server Agent Registry Web Server Documents Registry Web Server Documents Agent Web Server Documents Database Application Registry Trust Intermediaries ebXML Business Repository - Implementation Benefits UN/ECE is in a unique position to show leadership in encouraging global adoption of the ebXML Repository standard as a foundation for enterprise development in the digital economy through: TSIED programmes & pilot projects European Commission projects UN/CEFACT & OASIS cooperation Other UN regional commissions Inter-governmental & NGO partners ebXML Business Repository - Implementation Benefits TSIED E-Gov Business Repository provides single, trusted resource for basic information on every registered business within a governmental region Through ebXML interface, company info can be shared inter-operably with other organizations: Other governmental repositories Chambers of Commerce Trade Associations E-Marketplaces Business repositories provide a foundation for rapid adoption of electronic business including e-services E-Government Business Repository Company A E-Gov. Government Mandated Core Public Business Registrar Business Data Data Company B Added Chamber Business Federal Business Data Data Chamber of Commerce Adapter ebXML Internet XML Repository Service XML XML XML ebXML ebXML ebXML Federal / Regional Trade Chamber of Commerce Associations E-Marketplaces ebXML Enabled E-Marketplaces ebWeb Service Integration Buyer Application System Supplier Browser Business HTTP Browser HTTP Process Applications Job ERP/MRP Process Shop Integration System Adapter Adapter Collaboration Hub XML ebXML ebXML XML Message Message Web Application Server Service Service XML Financial Logistic XML ebXML XML Services Services Rep. Service Federal / Regional Chamber of Commerce ebXML Business Repository - Action Plan TSIED co-sponsor proof-of-concept study with developed country (e.g. Austria, Ireland, etc.) TSIED sponsor survey of transition economy members to gather info on business impact issues TSIED promote pilot projects with selected transition economy member governments and ebXML software vendors, solution providers TSIED cooperate with Euro Commission project for e-Content to link E-Gov business data to Chamber of Commerce Business Repositories Dae Won Choi UN/ECE Economic Affairs Officer Secretariat, UN/ECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development email@example.com +41.22.917.2472 Patrick J. Gannon Chair, UN/ECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development Chairman of the Board, OASIS International Consultant e-Business Strategies firstname.lastname@example.org +1.408.242.1018