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Subject: RE: [chairs] Biographic data schemas

You also should mention here that CIQ has been widely adopted by other TCs, government agencies and XML initiatives for use in address and biographic information handling.
Thanks, DW
(CIQ TC member)

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [chairs] Biographic data schemas
From: "Ram Kumar" <kumar.sydney@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, May 30, 2006 10:48 pm
To: "Tilton, Cathy" <Cathy.Tilton@daon.com>
Cc: Chairs@lists.oasis-open.org

Hi Cathy,

I chair the OASIS Customer Information Quality (CIQ) TC
and the objective of this committee is to define XML specifications
for representing, interoperating and exchanging party specific information
such as name, address, tel, email, etc. The specs. are application
independent and can be used as the base for any application that uses
party info. We differ from other groups such as HR-XML, Justice,
etc that have name and address and other party components that are
designed specifically to meet their requiements namely, human resources,
justice sector, e-commerce, etc. Ours is independent of any app.
requiements. We spent over 2 years just looking at building name and address
spec. that can meet the requirements of 240+ countries as there are over
140+ types of addresses and 40+ types of name representations in the
world. Ours is the only standards group that concentrates specifically on
defining specs. for party centric information and no more.

The url for CIQ is: http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ciq

Let me know if you need any further info.


Ram Kumar

On 5/31/06, Tilton, Cathy <Cathy.Tilton@daon.com> wrote:
TC Chairs -

I am chairing the new TC on Biometric Identity Assurance Services (BIAS)
Integration.  One aspect of our work includes defining an XML schema for
biographic information (name, address, etc.).  Rather than re-invent
this, we'd like to consider existing schemas for this purpose.  If you
are aware of any such schemas (perhaps from the world of HR, justice, or
another domain), could you please let us know about them?

Thank you so much for your help.

Cathy Tilton
Chair, BIAS Integration TC

Catherine J. Tilton
VP, Standards & Emerging Technologies
11951 Freedom Drive, Suite 1400
Reston, VA  20190
Fax: 703-984-4099
Cell: 703-472-5546

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