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Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership at FOSE 2004

March 23-25, 2004

Washington, DC Convention Center

Emerging Technology Subcommittee,

Architecture & Infrastructure Committee,

CIO Council


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Welcome An Emerging Public-Private Partnership at FOSE 2004

  • On behalf of:

    • The organizers of the Third Conference:

      • Susan Turnbull, GSA, Brand Niemann, EPA, and Tony Stanco, George Washington University.

        • All members of Componenttechnology.org

  • To all those who are presenting, participating, and assisting.

  • This is the first of six sessions over the next three days at FOSE 2004!


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Overview An Emerging Public-Private Partnership at FOSE 2004

  • 1. Componenttechnology.org: (Slide 4)

    • 1.A The Hockey Rink and “Break Through Performance” Game Analogy. (Slide 5)

    • 1.B Brief History and Future Plans. (Slides 6-8)

  • 2. Measures of Success: (Slide 9)

    • 2.A Collaboration Opportunity. (Slides 10-16)

    • 2.B Services Provided. (Slides 17-19)

    • 2.C Recognitions Given. (Slide 20)

  • 3. Agenda:

    • 3.A Tuesday, March 23rd. (Slides 21-24)

    • 3.B Wednesday, March 24th. (Slides 25-28)

    • 3.C Thursday, March 25th. (Slides 29-32)


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1. Componenttechnology.Org An Emerging Public-Private Partnership at FOSE 2004

  • A Web Site where you can learn about this emerging public-private partnership:

    • “Public-private partnerships are the future of eGovernment.”

      • Tad Anderson, Associate Administrator for eGovernment and IT, OMB, E-Gov Web-Enabled Government 2004, February 4, 2004, Luncheon Keynote.

  • A Community of Practice (CoP) committed to breaking down barriers to eGovernment and small business development.

    • The Small Business Administration’s SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research Program) and its collaboration with the CIO Council’s Emerging Technology Subcommittee have provided a catalyst to jump start this CoP rapidly.

  • A Quarterly Series of Conferences where communities of practice collaborate to mutual benefit to achieve break-through performance:

    • “I continue to be amazed at the momentum and abilities to synergize what is meaningful in such a diverse community.”

      • Unsolicited feedback from person who requested anonymity.


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1.A. The Hockey Rink and “Break Through Performance” Game Analogy:A Level Playing Surface and “Skate to Where the Puck Will Be”*

*Wayne Gretzky (considered by most to be the greatest hockey player of all-time).


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1.B Brief History and Future Plans Game Analogy:

  • December 2002: CIO Council’s XML Web Services Working Group is asked by Mark Forman to do the “E-Forms for E-Gov” Pilot Project to Support the Needs of E-Gov Initiatives Like Business Compliance One-Stop, E-Grants, etc.

  • April 2003: Mark Forman and Richard Varn Ask the Web Services Working Group to Recommend Pilot Projects to be Used in the Business Gateway (formerly the BCOS).

  • June 2003: SBA Hosts the Planning Meeting for the Emerging Technology Components Conference Series to Launch the “SBIR for E-Gov” Initiative.

    • Fostering a Component Technology Marketplace for eGovernment with the SBIR/STTR.

  • September 2003: The “SBIR for E-Gov” Initiative is Presented to the SBIR Program Managers for Their Support and to the CIO Council’s Collaboration Expedition Workshop for Their Support and Componenttechnology.Org is Launched.


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1.B Brief History and Future Plans Game Analogy:

  • October 2003: The First Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference is Held at the White House Conference Center.

    • The Collaboration Opportunity.

  • October 2003-November 2003: Componenttechnology.Org Participates in the SBIR World Conference and the National Association of Seed and Venture Funds (NASVF) Conference.

  • November 2003: The FOSE 2004 Planning Committee Invites Componenttechnology.Org to be Part of Its FOSE 2004 Conference in March 2004.

  • January 2004: The Second Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference is Held at the White House Conference Center.

    • Fostering State Citizen Entrepreneurs (AZ, DE, & MD).


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1.B Brief History and Future Plans Game Analogy:

  • February 2004: NASVF Submits Proposal Concept to the SBA for Field Seminars on Seed Investing to Support the “SBIR for E-Gov” Initiative in SBIR Phase III.

  • February 2004: The Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference at FOSE 2004 Is Announced.

    • An Emerging Public-Private Partnership.

  • March 2004: Planning for the Fourth Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference Begins with SBA, NASVF, University Entrepreneurs, Arlington Country, Virginia, Office of Economic Development, etc.

    • Appreciation for support of Componenttechnology.Org to Maurice Swinton, former Assistant Administrator, and welcome to Edsel Brown, new Assistant Administrator, for the SBIR/STTR Program.

  • March 2004: Discussions About Joint NASVF - eGov Conference at FOSE 2005.


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2. Measures of Success Game Analogy:

  • 2.A Collaboration Opportunity:

    • Define domain broadly enough so there is a win-win for all and “Quick-Win” with “Break Through” Performance with Emerging Technology Components.

  • 2.B Services Provided:

    • (1) Collaboration Registry (register your interest to participate) and Repository (post conference presentations as “Best Practices”);

    • (2) Network (new CoPs and opportunities each time):

      • This time it is the GRID Computing CoP!

      • Next time it is the CoPs of : “Software Factories”, Local Economic Development, and University Entrepreneurs!

    • (3) Software Asset Management and Reuse Registry and Repositories.

  • 2.C Recognitions Given:

    • First Six CT Awards at the January 26th Second Quarterly Conference. All will be presenting!


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2.A CIO Council’s FY04 Strategic Plan Game Analogy:

  • Emerging Technology Subcommittee, Architecture & Infrastructure Committee:

    • The mission is to provide a foresight mechanism that draws from FEA reference models and the capital planning and investment control process to create greater synergy between technology push cycles and market pull cycles in order to support a performance-based framework for innovation prototyping and adoption (bold added).

      • February 2004, page 9.


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2.A Mapping of the FEA Reference Models to Emerging Technology Components

(1) See slide 20 for more details. Two SBIR, two non-SBIR, and three CIOC pilots.


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2.A Collaboration for a Change Technology Components

Trust and Time

Turf Wars

Network

Coordinate

Cooperate

Collaborate

Exchange

Information

AND

Harmonize

Activities

AND

Share

Resources

AND

Enhance

Partner’s

Capacity

Exchange

Information

AND

Harmonize

Activities

AND

Share

Resources

Exchange

Information

AND

Harmonize

Activities

Exchange

Information

Based on the concepts from A.T. Himmelman “Collaboration for a Change: Definitions, Models, Roles and a Collaboration Process Guide” and a tool developed by Lancaster Community Health Plan.


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2.A Examples of Enhancing Partner’s Capacity Technology Components

  • NASVF Helps SBIR Phase III with More Seed Investing Seminars in Communities.

  • CIO Council Helps SBIR Program Managers with eGov/FEA Topics.

  • SBA Brings “Break Through” Performance Components Directly to eGovernment Programs.

  • Emerging Technology Subcommittee Helps the Component Technology Subcommittee with Candidate Components

  • Emerging Technology Subcommittee Helps Simplify and Unify the FEA and Architecture & Infrastructure Committee Process and Tasks and Embed the Business Processes and the EA in the Components Themselves under a Service-Oriented Architecture.

  • Componenttechnology.Org Brings Pre-vetted eGOV Emerging Technology Components to the NASVF.


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2.A “Break Through” Performance Innovation Life Cycle Technology Components

  • SBIR* Phase I (Feasibility Research) or the Equivalent.

  • SBIR Phase II (Research Toward Prototype) or the Equivalent.

  • SBIR Phase III (Product Commercialization) or the Equivalent.

    *Small Business Innovation Research Program administered by the Small Business Administration with 10-15 agencies participating, with about $2 Billion.

    Note: First suggested to the Emerging Technology Subcommittee by the SBA/SBIR Program, at a June 26, 2003, Workshop hosted by the SBA, and more recently by Drew Ladner, CIO, Department of the Treasury, in a proposal to the AIC Co-Chairs, November 17, 2003.


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2.A Advanced Foundations Technology Components for American Innovation

  • Annual Report on the Multiagency Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program (NITRD), Supplement to the President’s Budget for Fiscal Year 2004:

    • “These investments continue to foster an unrivaled U.S. capacity for innovation-the Nation’s most vital resource for national security, economic development, and continuous improvements in living standards for all Americans.” John Marburger III, Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President.

  • Note: Susan Turnbull has been asked to co-chair the Social, Economic and Workforce Implications of IT and IT Workforce Development (SEW) Coordinating Group of the Interagency Working Group on IT R&D.


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2.A The Emerging Technology Component “Break Through Performance” Life Cycle of Vivisimo.Com

  • A product of Phases I and II of the National Science Foundation’s SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research Program).

  • A product of the Phase III SBIR from Innovation Works – Associated with the NASVF (National Association of Seed and Venture Funds).

  • Highly Recommendation by the NSF SBIR Program Manager for Our October 20th First Quarterly Conference.

    • An Outstanding Presentation and Answers to Questions.

  • Sets the Standard for “Break Through Performance” for eGov:

    • Sustainable Business Model/Profitable (Vivisimo well over $1 million/year within two years).

    • Open Standards/Interoperable/Reusable (e.g. works with FirstGov and supports eGov Act of 2002 need for categorization of government information!)

    • Product Commercialization and Procurement (Available through GSA Schedule-SBIR Phase II).

    • Publicity (e.g. Washington Post Express, January 6, 2004, “Googles to Come”.


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Special Recognition Performance” Life Cycle of Vivisimo.Com


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2.B Collaboration Registry & Repository Performance” Life Cycle of Vivisimo.Com

http://www.componenttechnology.org/


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2.B Collaboration Registry & Repository Performance” Life Cycle of Vivisimo.Com

  • Componenttechnology.Org:

    • Company/Entrepreneur Proposing eGovernment Solutions.

    • Government Agency Looking for eGovernment Solutions.

    • Venture Capital/Angel Investor Willing to Fund a Company/Entrepreneur Proposing eGovernment Solutions.

    • Government Agency with a SBIR Program Willing to fund a Company/Entrepreneur and Hand-off the SBIR Project to the Venture Community in Phase III.

    • Other Interested Party Seeking to Help.


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2. B Component Registry & Repository: Performance” Life Cycle of Vivisimo.Com Asset Reuse Work Flow Pattern

Source: See Enterprise Architect Summit Conference Presentation on “Software

Reuse: Patterns and Anti-Patterns” by Charles Stack at http://web-services.gov.


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2.B Component Registry & Repository: Performance” Life Cycle of Vivisimo.ComAsset Management Lifecycle

Demonstrated at the Enterprise Architecture Conference, February 5, 2004,

Along with the “FEA FlashPack”.


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2.C Special Recognitions for "Break Through" Performance Presented at the Second Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference, January 26, 2004, White House Conference Center.

  • 1. The Adobe "eForms for eGov" Team, for its support of the "eForms for eGov Pilot" and its principles of Web Services Interoperability from the very start, and for being the first to reach "Stage 3" with eForms for eGov and incorporate a full-featured registry/repository.

  • 2. Broadstrokes, in partnership with IDSi, for commercializing the original CIO Council award-winning VoiceXML Pilot, to deliver a full GIS plus voice emergency notification product called Smart Response.

  • 3. Development InfoStructure (DevIS), in partnership with the Department of Labor's WorkForce Connections (WFC) Program, for developing "SCORM" and Section 508 Compliant Multimedia Content Management Software which was released recently as EZRO (EZ Reusable Objects), Open Source Software, under General Public License.

  • 4. Image Matters, a very successful SBIR Program participant with the U.S. Army, whose products, userSmarts and the Ontology Manipulation Toolkit provide Semantic Geospatial Interoperability.

  • 5. The Noblestar/Flashline Team for the FEA FlashPack Pilot and Component-Asset Reuse Workflow Patterns and Life Cycles in a standards-based Component Registry and Repository.

  • 6. George Thomas, GSA Enterprise Architect, and Member of the Emerging Technology Subcommittee, for the "Executable FEA“, a design-time MDA (Model-Driven Architecture) and runtime SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) toolset and EA repository in support of GSA's vision of "One GSA EA“ and the FEA.


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3.A Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 23, 2004, 10:00 AM- Noon.

    • Scanning Small Business Innovations: A New Source for Breakthrough eGovernment Performance:

      • The Federal Enterprise Architecture is emerging as an open organizing process to promote the collaborative development and deployment of component-based services. This session will focus on how to discover emerging eGovernment components from high-performance, untapped sources: state economic development and small business innovation research programs.


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3.A Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 23, 2004, 10:00 AM- Noon.

    • Scanning Small Business Innovations: A New Source for Breakthrough eGovernment Performance:

      • Moderator: Brand Niemann, Emerging Technology Subcommittee and EPA.

      • Ron Miller, Program Executive Officer for E-Government, Small Business Administration.

      • Raul Valdes-Perez, Ph. D., Co-founder and President, Vivisimo, Inc.

      • Jana Crowder, Noblestar, and Charles Stack, CEO Flashline Inc. One of six first CT awardees.


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3.A Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 23, 2004, 1:30 – 4:00 PM.

    • Discovering Emerging Components through Information Diffusion Networks and a Performance-based Adoption Framework, the Executable FEA:

      • Citizens are both builders and customers of government. Learn how highly distributed, citizen-centered services are built by state citizen entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurial firms, fostered by local seed investing networks add transformative capacity to government improvements while building local communities.


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3.A Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 23, 2004, 1:30 – 4:00 PM.

    • Discovering Emerging Components through Seed Investing Networks and a Performance-based Adoption Framework, the Executable FEA:

      • Moderators: Brand Niemann and Neill Parikh, GWU.

      • George Thomas, GSA, Enterprise Architect. One of six first CT awardees.

      • Lloyd Kurth, Chief Architect, Cyclone Commerce, Inc.

      • Vincent Schaper, Department of Navy, Small Business Innovation Research Program Manager.

      • Paul Daisey, Geography Division, Census Bureau (to be invited to June Conference).

      • Joseph Chiusano, Booz-Allen-Hamilton, Member of OASIS eGov Technical Committee.


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3.B Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 24, 2004, 10:00 AM – Noon.

    • Perspectives on Grid Computing Continuum: Advancing Service-Oriented Architecture:

      • How are the common “build” principles that power the Internet transforming enterprises and tapping contributions by innovators? Explore the implications for your own setting while learning about Netcentric Enterprise Computing, the Global Grid Forum and the Globus Alliance.


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3.B Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 24, 2004, 10:00 AM – Noon.

    • Perspectives on Grid Computing Continuum: Advancing Service-Oriented Architecture:

      • Moderators: Susan Turnbull, GSA, Emerging Technology Subcommittee and Scott Mendenhall, GWU

      • Terry Bollinger, IT Analyst, the MITRE Corporation

      • Mark Brooks, IT Analyst, The MITRE Corporation

      • Peter Gallagher, President, Development InfoStructure (DevIS). One of six first CT awardees.

      • Yaser Bisher, Ph.D., CIO, Image Matters, LLC. One of six first CT awardees.

      • Neil Shea, President, USGN, Inc.


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3.B Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 24, 2004, 1:30 – 4:00 PM.

    • Open Collaboration with Open Standards: Building a Foundation for Broad Economic Prosperity:

      • Information tools are becoming ubiquitous and closely connected to vibrant societies. Multiple roles of diverse people from interconnected communities can be aligned and harmonized to foster needed public-private partnerships. Learn how open architectural and collaboration processes are becoming a best practice for citizen-centric government.


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3.B Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 24, 2004, 1:30 – 4:00 PM.

    • Open Collaboration with Open Standards: Building a Foundation for Broad Economic Prosperity:

      • Moderators: Susan Turnbull and Scott Pustay, GWU.

      • Eliot Christian, USGS, Chair, Categorization of Government Information Working Group of the Interagency Committee on Government Information.

      • Peter P. Yim, President and CEO, CIM Engineering, Inc.

      • Adam Hocek, President/CTO, Broadstrokes, Inc.

      • Michael J. Connor, Group Product Manager, Adobe Systems, Inc.

      • Renee Lewis, President, Pensare Group.


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3.C Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 25, 2004, 10:00 AM – Noon.

    • Open Standards and Innovation Diffusion Networks: When Entrepreneurs Flourish:

      • “Intangible Assets” of innovative culture, leadership, reputation, and strategy execution are re-writing rules of business processes, including government. This paradigm has the potential to “reduce barriers to entry” and “level the playing field” for new entrants. This session will focus on emerging eGovernment components from high-performance, untapped sources: state economic development programs.


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3.C Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 25, 2004, 10:00 AM – Noon.

    • Open Standards and Innovation Diffusion Networks: When Entrepreneurs Flourish:

      • Moderator: Tony Stanco, Esq. ,Associate Director, Cybersecurity Policy and Research Institute, GWU and Scott Pustay, GWU.

      • Daniel J. Weitzner, Ph. D., Director of the World Wide Web Consortium’s Technology and Society Domain Activities, Principal Research Scientist, MIT.

      • Steven L. Fritz, Director, Ph. D. Technology Transfer, Maryland’s Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) and introduction to five small business representatives:

        • Drew Sweetak, Embedded Research.

        • Tom Young, Platform Logic.

        • Tony Fascenda, Koolspan, Inc.

        • Raymond Nowak, PosID.

        • James G. Melonas, Real User Corporation


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3.C Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 25, 2004, 1:30 – 4:00 PM.

    • When Entrepreneurs Flourish: Implications for National Economic Development Goals:

      • Creating local conditions for innovative capacity is a key economic strategy of states. How is the evolution of Internet components fostering breakthrough gains in innovation capacity needed to meet national public health and safety challenges?


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3.C Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership,Emerging Technology Subcommittee of the CIO Council, March 23-25, FOSE 2004

  • March 25, 2004, 1:30 – 4:00 PM.

    • When Entrepreneurs Flourish: Implications for National Economic Development Goals:

      • Moderators: Tony Stanco and Eric Zander, GWU

      • Raymar B. Dizon, Principal, Investment Financing Group, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development.

      • Dan Loague, Executive Director, National Association of Seed and Venture Funds.

      • Ben Lewis, GIS Analyst for Advanced Technology Solutions, Inc.

      • Neill Parikh, Scott Mendenhall, Scott Pustay, Eric Zander, GWU Team, Overview of state economic development programs.

      • Representatives from small businesses in Arlington County, VA.


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