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Subject: RE: [emergency] OJP requirement to use the jxdm

I spoke with Paul Embley and Ken Gill a few weeks ago and DOJ is aware
of and have incorporated the CAP 1.0 into the GJXDD.  I'll synchronize
the CAP efforts with DOJ (Embley/Gill/et al).

Tom Merkle
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-----Original Message-----
From: Art Botterell [mailto:acb@incident.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 7:41 AM
To: Poindexter, Gary; emergency@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: Re: [emergency] OJP requirement to use the jxdm

Gary makes a good point... although I wouldn't go so far as to say CAP
1.0 is "not in any way consistent" since the CAP 0.7 data items are
included in the JXDD draft.  However, we do need to let them know that
the 1.0 items are available for an update.

Anyone here working directly with the DoJ folks on this?  If not, I'll
take the action to give the feedback.

- Art

At 5:29 AM +0100 7/27/04, Poindexter, Gary wrote:
>Please excuse my potential ignorance, I watch this TC with interest but

>participate sparingly.
>A couple assumptions:
>1) EM projects are sometimes funded by the OJP.
>2) The CAP 1.0 proposal is not in any way consistent with the Justice 
>XML Data Dictionary model (jxdm). I believe this was discussed at some 
>point in the past and efficiency was chosen as a higher priority than 
>the sometimes massive and inefficient schemas developed using the jxdm.
>If these assumptions are true, members of this TC need to review and 
>comment (to OJP) on the contents of the page at
>http://it.ojp.gov/topic.jsp?topic_id=138 and most importantly the 
>statement at the bottom of the page which reads:
>"All recipients of Office of Justice Programs (OJP) grants for projects

>implementing XML technology are required to use the Global Justice XML 
>Data Model and publish all XML schemas resulting from use of the Model 
>in the Justice Standards Clearinghouse (JSC) located at 
>http://www.it.ojp.gov/jsc. This requirement is stipulated as a Special 
>Condition to their grant that is referred to as a Common Exchange 
>If my assumptions are correct, the impact of this requirement could be 
>great and negative.
>gary poindexter
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