National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) OASIS Emergency Interoperability Summit: Roadmap to Emergency Data Standards Roundtable. What is NIEM?. NIEM is a joint DOJ / DHS / S&L program, started in 2005 to promote the standardization of XML information exchanges. NIEM provides:.
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National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)OASIS Emergency Interoperability Summit:Roadmap to Emergency Data Standards Roundtable
NIEM is a joint DOJ / DHS / S&L program, started in 2005 to promote the standardization of XML information exchanges. NIEM provides:
Built and governed by the business users at Federal, State, Local, Tribal and Private Sectors
An IEPD is a specification that defines a particular data exchange
An IEPD must be portable, self-contained, and self-documented
They must be designed to allow for sharing and reuse
IEPDs are developed with a core set of artifacts in a prescribed format and organizational structure to allow for consistency
Repeatable, reusable process for business users to document information exchange requirements
NIEM and EDXLin DHS Information Sharing Environment
Original strategy:“One DHS ESB”
New strategy: “Interoperable Component ESBs”
US CIS ESB
US CIS ESB
Centralized DHS ESB
US CIS ESB
F/S/L/PS - Federal, State, Local and Private Sector
between Component ESBs via an enterprise messaging framework at the Transport layer, Service layer , Functional layer, and Data layer.
across Component ESBs for DHS Enterprise Services. Transactional-auditing must be enabled across independent Component-level audit logs.
of message headers used by DHS ESB-enabled services. Without an SOA Enterprise Message Header Framework, there would be a proliferation of incompatible message headers across DHS services resulting in increased integration costs, maintenance costs and decreased interoperability.
SOAP and WS-standards
ANSI X12 /
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