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    Slide 1: Project Task: Service Case #3 - Support for public e-procurement take up Notes : (1) - Business Registers Interoperability Throughout Europe Authors: piero.milani@infocamere.it gvbulow@adobe.com

    Slide 2:Brite in eighteen words

    BRITE aims at the establishment of a framework for the interoperability of the Business Registration Authorities in Europe. BRITE transforms and harmonises isolated administrative processes into cooperative and coordinated actions. More details can be obtained from the project web site: “ http://www.briteproject.net “ or directly from the Task coordinator: “mailto:piero.milani@infocamere.it” More details can be obtained from the project web site: “ http://www.briteproject.net “ or directly from the Task coordinator: “mailto:piero.milani@infocamere.it”

    Slide 3:joining the eProc value-chain

    BRITE identifies two primary phases of the eProcurement life cycle where a support action can take place: eTendering: allowing to the Tenderers a quick check of their official position, current status and the conditions necessary to the qualification eEvaluation: giving support to the Procurers during the assessment and evaluation processBRITE identifies two primary phases of the eProcurement life cycle where a support action can take place: eTendering: allowing to the Tenderers a quick check of their official position, current status and the conditions necessary to the qualification eEvaluation: giving support to the Procurers during the assessment and evaluation process

    Slide 4:Brite strategy on eProc support

    Focus on a Common Business Certificate/Dossier as the qualified informative package about a Business Entity Support the Tenderers to create and check their informative packages Support the Procurers (tendering Pas) to check and acquire data about the tenderers At national level (for “national” companies), with a direct link to the national Business Register and other Certifiers; At the European level (for “foreign” companies), with a link, again, to the national Business Register that “mediates” the interconnection with the “foreign” Business Register using the Brite Platform.

    Slide 5:Brite vision of eProc macrosteps

    BRITE will improve the “eEvaluation” process by defining a new information package that takes origin from different enquiries into different Certifiers” sites. The resulting reports are combined into a single container.BRITE will improve the “eEvaluation” process by defining a new information package that takes origin from different enquiries into different Certifiers” sites. The resulting reports are combined into a single container.

    Slide 6:Brite support to eProcurement

    BRITE Support to the eProcurement is based on a COOPERATIVE process that takes form by different end-points. Database access and information retrieval are just steps and tools for a process that requires active collaboration among different operators. i.e., the affected BRs. End-Users and beneficiaries are both TENDERERS and PROCURERS.BRITE Support to the eProcurement is based on a COOPERATIVE process that takes form by different end-points. Database access and information retrieval are just steps and tools for a process that requires active collaboration among different operators. i.e., the affected BRs. End-Users and beneficiaries are both TENDERERS and PROCURERS.

    Slide 7:Brite “dossier” structure

    Cover Page Section#1 Section#2 Section#3 Key to understanding this slide is the fact that PDF is a generic document container, i.e. much more than just a presentation format (which is a widely held belief). Underlying business data can be either embedded (e.g. in a form, where the data is validated and potentially determines the presentation format) or attached. In both cases, this data can be extracted for further use by automated processes. Key to understanding this slide is the fact that PDF is a generic document container, i.e. much more than just a presentation format (which is a widely held belief). Underlying business data can be either embedded (e.g. in a form, where the data is validated and potentially determines the presentation format) or attached. In both cases, this data can be extracted for further use by automated processes.

    Slide 8:Certifying by signature

    Cover Page Section#1 Company Profile Annual Accounts Certificates and Statements attach attach <XML> <XBRL> embed embed Section#2 Section#3 Certification is achieved through applying digital signatures. Note that as well as certifying the whole package (i.e. the recipient has an assurance that the package has not been tampered with after the signature has been applied), individual components can also be signed by the respective contributing entities (e.g. the Business Register can only certify company registration data and accounts). Certification is achieved through applying digital signatures. Note that as well as certifying the whole package (i.e. the recipient has an assurance that the package has not been tampered with after the signature has been applied), individual components can also be signed by the respective contributing entities (e.g. the Business Register can only certify company registration data and accounts).

    Slide 9:Simplified Information handling

    Several INPUT formats Different availability date/time for Objects Records collected from the different sites managed by the “Certifiers” will potentially have a non homogeneous shape and format. The first task for the BRITE Dossier is to come to a simple/single format.Records collected from the different sites managed by the “Certifiers” will potentially have a non homogeneous shape and format. The first task for the BRITE Dossier is to come to a simple/single format.

    Slide 10: dossier cover page

    The “Cover Page” hosts the heading for the complete dossier. The “Composer” of the dossier can describe the process followed, how the information has been collected, the “Terms of Reference” of the agreements with the different “Certifiers”.The “Cover Page” hosts the heading for the complete dossier. The “Composer” of the dossier can describe the process followed, how the information has been collected, the “Terms of Reference” of the agreements with the different “Certifiers”.

    Slide 11: dossier content: section 1a

    Slide 12: dossier content: section 1b

    The slide shows part of the CompanyProfile after the create process: The FORM takes shape from a common EBR XML Schema The DATA source comes from an XML instance generated through an EBR enquiry The OUTPUT comes from a PDF editor/processorThe slide shows part of the CompanyProfile after the create process: The FORM takes shape from a common EBR XML Schema The DATA source comes from an XML instance generated through an EBR enquiry The OUTPUT comes from a PDF editor/processor

    Slide 13: dossier content: section 2a

    Section #2 hosts sort of evidences required to show the financial profile of the Tendering Company. In BRITE the primary source for this package section is represented by the filed Annual Accounts. Most of benefits will come from the use of AAs filed in the XBRL format. Section #2 hosts sort of evidences required to show the financial profile of the Tendering Company. In BRITE the primary source for this package section is represented by the filed Annual Accounts. Most of benefits will come from the use of AAs filed in the XBRL format.

    Slide 14: dossier: dynamic content

    BRITE dossier takes form and content from the composer action. Non homogeneous input Records will get a normalised representation. XBRL represents the convergence point for every financial statement. BRITE dossier takes form and content from the composer action. Non homogeneous input Records will get a normalised representation. XBRL represents the convergence point for every financial statement.

    Slide 15: dossier: Tags substitution

    XBRL moves into the “composer” tasks some interesting features: The separation from “Presentation Layouts” and the INPUT data. The option to make some TAGS replacement. Perform some VALIDATION over single elements Vs aggregated figures.XBRL moves into the “composer” tasks some interesting features: The separation from “Presentation Layouts” and the INPUT data. The option to make some TAGS replacement. Perform some VALIDATION over single elements Vs aggregated figures.

    Slide 16: dossier content: section 3

    Slide 17:dossier : forms manipulation

    Slide 18:dossier : forms manipulation

    Slide 19:References & Links

    PDF CASE STUDY: The Companies House forms that let you file e-accounts. Accounts and Accounting Reference Dates (GBA3) British Computer Society Information Management Awards XBRL relevant sites & links IASB IFRS XBRL Jurisdictions XBRL international XBRL in Europe The “ forms “ based editing of Accounting documents is becoming quite common, experiences listed here are just those largely advertised.The “ forms “ based editing of Accounting documents is becoming quite common, experiences listed here are just those largely advertised.

    Slide 20:Brite I18N challenge

    Key topics Language of the content Special content parts Markers and Linguistic integrity Non-translatable content The Internationalization Tag Set (ITS) Working Group is part of the W3C Internationalization Activity. Mission: Develop a set of elements and attributes that can be used with new DTDs/Schemas to support the internationalization and localization of documents; and provide best practice techniques for developers of DTDs/Schemas that show how to enable internationalization of their documents.

    Slide 21:Brite I18N challenge

    BriteOnt and Knowledge Repository Through specific document formatting ITS - The Internationalization Tag Set (ITS) Working Group is part of the W3C Internationalization Activity. References http://www.w3.org/TR/xml-i18n-bp/

    Slide 22:salutation

    Thanks for the attention more details on http://www.briteproject.net from (piero.milani@infocamere.it)