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Subject: RE: [emergency-adopt] Groups - DRAFT EMA TC notes 2016-07-19.doc uploaded

Dear Phillip,


Thank you for your note and for joining our call.  Please forgive my not
recognizing you.  I am hopeful we can accommodate your time zone in future
calls.  Be sure to post your interest to the chairs of the Emergency
Management TC and its associated SCs and the Emergency Adoption TC and
associated SCs so they are aware you want to join.  You may also be
interested in joining the Emergency Member Section where we discuss adoption
and outreach efforts.  I’ve copied Dee Schur to provide you more


I suggest that you begin with participation in the Adoption TC
(specifically, the Events and Demos (E&D) SC due to the upcoming HL7
activities; and the CAP SC of the Emergency TC.  Joining both emergency TCs
and associated SCs would be a good idea to keep an eye on things.  We will
be using the listsrv more as we plan for the upcoming HL7 demonstration.  We
will have a call today at 2pmET to begin discussion about the HL7 activity.


I’m glad to know you are in touch with Eliot and the RC.  Will you be
attending the CAP workshop in Bangkok?   That event is co-sponsored by OASIS
but not managed through our E&D SC.  Perhaps for future workshops we will
have some OASIS members that would be interested in collaborating in that
space.  We have now OASIS members representing national system of US
(FEMA/IPAWS), US National Weather Services and Environment Canada.  They are
active on the CAP SC.


As to your other organizations, you will note that the EMTC has
subcommittees which represent the family of EDXL (emergency data exchange
language) standards for Message Distribution, Resource Messaging, Situation
Reporting, Hospital Availability and Tracking of Emergency Patients) as well
as our Reference Information Model (RIM) SC.  I would be happy to set up a
call for us to chat about how and which groups would be best.  It might be
helpful for your meteorological associated folks to listen in to the CAP SC
calls.  It would give them a chance to meet by voice the NWS and Env Canada


I look forward to your participation in our OASIS groups.




Elysa Jones, Chair OASIS

Emergency Management Technical Committee

Emergency Interoperability Member Section




From: Phillip Cutforth [mailto:Phillip.Cutforth@dia.govt.nz] 
Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2016 4:58 PM
To: 'Rex Brooks' <rexb@starbourne.com>; 'Elysa Jones'
Cc: Graham Leonard <G.Leonard@gns.cri.nz>;
emergency-adopt@lists.oasis-open.org; Peter Kreft
<peter.kreft@metservice.com>; David Coetzee [DPMC]
Subject: RE: [emergency-adopt] Groups - DRAFT EMA TC notes 2016-07-19.doc


Hi Rex, Elysa,


As this Teleconf was at a reasonable time of day for ourselves here in NZ
(08.30-09.30hr), I did manage to join the teleconf for the last half-hour.
Unfortunately, I didn’t really see [or seize] the opportunity to jump in and
introduce myself.


However, we (NZ) are keen to get a representative onto the [relevant] EM
Committee/Group on a more consistent basis (when it is appropriate for us to
participate); primary focus being our national approach to adopting CAP.  I
am really unclear if this would be the EM TC, CAP SC, other, or combination
thereof.  Advice sought, please.


My office (Govt CIO) holds the OASIS Membership account, though our
preferred representative would be Graham Leonard from our Geological and
Nuclear Science Agency (GNS). The GCIO is responsible for setting and
managing Public Sector ICT Standards, which will see CAP ratified and
endorsed as a NZ Govt Standard in due course.


We also have potentially two other interested stakeholders at the executive
level (ie. not technical in the slightest) who are leading the
implementation for their respective departmental functions (MCDEM and
MetService). But I am unsure if they would gain benefit from being part of
any of the OASIS EM Groups – and again would be keen to take your advice.


Just for your awareness, we are hooked up with Eliot Christian (courtesy of
the WMO links) and the Red Cross regarding our CAP implementation efforts.


Kind Regards,

Phil C


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