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Subject: RE: [egov-websrv] Agenda for May 6 SC Meeting



Tim,

Unfortunately, I was unable to make it to London this week.  Jouko is
coordinating the UBL review, but I understand that he is not currently in
London either (correct Jouko?).  However, as discussed at yesterday's SC
meeting, he will be contacting the review participants soon to plan an
approach.

Regards,

David Layton
GSA, Office of E-Government & Technology
E-Government Strategy Division
Phone: 202-219-0815


                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                   
                    "Tim Benson"         To:     "Jouko Salonen" <jouko.salonen@republica.fi>,                     
                    <tb@abies.co.u        david.layton@gsa.gov, egov-websrv@lists.oasis-open.org,                  
                    k>                    arthur.brunson@gsa.gov, tim.benson@abies.co.uk, "Palle Aagaard"          
                                          <PAA@itst.dk>, "Michael Bang Kjeldgaard" <mbk@itst.dk>, "Ren Lhde"     
                    05/07/2003            <rel@itst.dk>, mhb@schemaworks.com                                       
                    02:53 AM             cc:                                                                       
                                         Subject:     RE: [egov-websrv] Agenda for May 6 SC Meeting                
                                                                                                                   




Sorry that I did not get this until too late.  Are any of you in London
this
week for XML-Europe/ebXML.  If so I would be glad to discuss F2F.  My
mobile
is +44 (0) 7855682037.


Tim Benson
Abies Ltd, 24 Carlingford Road, Hampstead, London  NW3 1RX
+44 (0)20 7431 6428,  078 55 68 20 37 (mob),  020 7794 2078 (fax)
tim.benson@abies.co.uk

** Consultancy - Master Classes **

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jouko Salonen [mailto:jouko.salonen@republica.fi]
> Sent: 6 May 2003 5:34
> To: david.layton@gsa.gov; egov-websrv@lists.oasis-open.org;
> arthur.brunson@gsa.gov; tim.benson@abies.co.uk; Palle Aagaard; Michael
> Bang Kjeldgaard; Ren Lhde; mhb@schemaworks.com
> Subject: RE: [egov-websrv] Agenda for May 6 SC Meeting
>
>
>
> Some points for discussing the item #2 in the agenda of todays
> meeting (see the agenda, sent by David, below):
>
> As some earlier e-mails from Jon and John have indicated, the
> first deliverable of UBL liaison is to provide a review of UBL
> libraries from the government e-procurement point of view.
>
> The review team
> The review team will consist of procurement business domain
> experts. At the moment we have identified
>        - Tim Benson from UK  (tim.benson@abies.co.uk)
>        - Arthur Brunson (GSA)(arthur.brunson@gsa.gov)
>        - One person from the Ministry of Finance in Finland and
> an other from Hansel. Hansel is the former government procurement
> office that is now privatized.(
> http://www.hansel.fi/en/ajankohtaista2.asp?ID=25 )
>        - Palle Aagaard ( or maybe some others from Denmark, needs
> still to be confirmed )
>        - Zheng Liang, Canada (proposed by John Borras, have not
> got an answer yet)
>        - Hagen, Bremen, Germany (proposed by John Borras, have
> not got an answer yet)
> I will do the follow-up with individual participants.
>
> Timeline
> The next UBL version is out (probably the week of 19 May or 26
> May) and the review-period is ending the week of 30 June.
> As a eGov liaison to UBL, I will collect the reviews and then
> convey the input from the review team(s) to UBL.
>
> Modus operandi
> What is the modus operandi for the review (e.g., how will it
> actually work?  what are the logistics?)
>     - The preferable mode of communication is e-mail + 2-3
> conference calls
>     - I guess the domain experts in each country would like to
> spend first some days with the material and use e-mail to discuss
> the best possible approach.
>     - I will try to collect the opinions, work as a facilitator
> and provide proposals for agenda and workflow. I am familiar with
> the earlier version of the UBL-libraries, I know the methodology
> and have followed the discussion-list, so I can propably find
> answers to the methodological questions
>     - Finally we will collect a review-document. The first
> version should be ready June 15th. Here as well I will be the
> facilitator resource and pick up the comments from e-mails and
> compile a review-document out of those.
>
> How does this sound?
>
> --Jouko
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: david.layton@gsa.gov [mailto:david.layton@gsa.gov]
> Sent: 5. toukokuuta 2003 23:43
> To: egov-websrv@lists.oasis-open.org
> Subject: [egov-websrv] Agenda for May 6 SC Meeting
>
>
> All,
>
> I will be unable to attend the May 6 SC or May 8 TC meeting in person due
> to a family medical emergency, but will participate via telecon.
> Jon Bosak
> will assist from London as vice-chair.  The following is the
> agenda for the
> SC meeting:
>
>   1.  Update on SC status (Dave Layton)
>   2.  UBL Liaison discussion (Jouko Salonen)
>          * Confirm commitment
>          * Modus operandi
>          * Timeline
>   3.  Discussion of deliverable #1 (Graham Beaver)
>   4.  Preps for May 8 TC Mtg  (Dave Layton)
>
> Attached are a few slides for item #1 above.
>
>
> Regards,
>
> David Layton
> GSA, Office of E-Government & Technology
> E-Government Strategy Division
> Phone: 202-219-0815
>
> (See attached file: May 6 Interop Services SC Mtg.ppt)









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