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Subject: RE: [chairs] Biographic data schemas

Your choice really depends on the community of interest that you're
trying to communicate with.  If your interaction with is with the
integrated justice community then you're likely based would be NIEM or
GJXDM. If it is not then you should find the standard that is generally
accepted by your community of interest.  This may mean that there may
need to be change controls recommended to the standards to get to the
level of completeness which to require.  As Robin notes there are many
candidates to provide examples for such change controls.



Donald L. Bergeron
Systems Designer
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-----Original Message-----
From: Robin Cover [mailto:robin@oasis-open.org] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 30, 2006 4:04 PM
To: Tilton, Cathy
Cc: chairs@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: Re: [chairs] Biographic data schemas

Hi Cathy,

There are a lot of standards (and non-standards) to survey
as possible sources of inspiration and re-use:


# BS 7666 Spatial data-sets for geographic referencing
# CEN/TC133/WG3 Postal services, Addresses and Automatic Identification
of Items
# ECCMA International Address Element Code
# The Encoded Archival Context (EAC) Initiative
# GCA/IDEAlliance Address Data Interchange Specification (ADIS)
# HR-XML Consortium Cross-Process Objects Schemas
# Linking and Exploring Authority Files (LEAF)
# OASIS TC Name and Address Standard (xNAL)
# SAMPLE: Single Administrative Message for Postal Enterprises
# Text Encoding Initiative: Names
# UK GovTalk Address and Personal Details Fragment
# Universal Postal Union (UPU)
# US FGDC Address Data Content Standard
# US Postal Service
# ASTM E2182: Names in Healthcare Records
# vCard: Electronic Business Card

Robin Cover

On Tue, 30 May 2006, Rex Brooks wrote:

>  From OASIS: CIQ TC (Customer Information Quality)
> includes Name and Address specification.
> Also HumanMarkup TC will be re-engaging the effort to gather, list
> and incorporate all such identity schemata, particularly with regard
> to healthcare and emergency management domains.
> HR-XML Organization
> http://www.hr-xml.org/hr-xml/wms/hr-xml-1-org/index.php?language=2
> includes Person Name, Postal Address
> DOJ: Global Justice XML Data Model and Standards:
> http://www.it.ojp.gov/topic.jsp?topic_id=133
>  From there on it gets messier and messier. In HumanMarkup we plan to
> provide a service for choosing the most appropriate standard per
> domain, usage, jurisdiction, etc. Trying to do one-size-fits-all is
> train-wreck in progress. Fortunately, Microsoft pulled Passport back
> within MSN so the Liberty Alliance and various web services security,
> policy, infrastructure, etc can proceed to codify the working nuts
> and bolts, but this is a minefield even with that.
> Cheers,
> Rex
> At 6:57 PM +0100 5/30/06, Tilton, Cathy wrote:
> >TC Chairs -
> >
> >I am chairing the new TC on Biometric Identity Assurance Services
> >Integration.  One aspect of our work includes defining an XML schema
> >biographic information (name, address, etc.).  Rather than re-invent
> >this, we'd like to consider existing schemas for this purpose.  If
> >are aware of any such schemas (perhaps from the world of HR, justice,
> >another domain), could you please let us know about them?
> >
> >Thank you so much for your help.
> >
> >Regards,
> >Cathy Tilton
> >Chair, BIAS Integration TC
> >
> >
> >Catherine J. Tilton
> >VP, Standards & Emerging Technologies
> >Daon
> >11951 Freedom Drive, Suite 1400
> >Reston, VA  20190
> >703-984-4080
> >Fax: 703-984-4099
> >Cell: 703-472-5546
> >cathy.tilton@daon.com
> >www.daon.com
> >
> --
> Rex Brooks
> President, CEO
> Starbourne Communications Design
> GeoAddress: 1361-A Addison
> Berkeley, CA 94702
> Tel: 510-849-2309

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