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  1. UDEF IDsandOAGI BODsas elements of an Aerospace Industry Standard eBusiness Architecture A business scenario using Universal Data Element Framework IDs and Open Applications Group, Inc. Business Object Documents 1

  2. Presentation Objective • To create a small pilot effort to model an end-to-end procurement making use of advanced technologies (data transfer via XML transactions) • This model procurement would utilize Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF) IDs and Open Applications Group, Inc. Business Object Documents (BODs) 2

  3. Aerospace Industry Marketplace All eBusiness communications and transactions take place between two broadly defined entities – Buyers and Sellers 3

  4. - Contracts - • Most Buyers and Sellers exchange goods and services for money via mutually binding contracts • In fact, many companies in the Aerospace Industry are known as Defense Contractors • Contracts may be known as Orders, Purchase Orders, Purchase Agreements, or other terms, but all the terms reference a common semantic meaning 4

  5. Contract Life Cycle • The life cycle of a contract may be represented by a series of hierarchical, sequential processes divided into 9 phases • General Information (to establish identity); and • 8 Sequential Contract Process Steps 5

  6. Contract Phases 0 – General Information 1 – Requirements 2 – Solicitation 3 – Proposal/Evaluation 4 – Contract Award 5 – Contract Performance 6 – Delivery 7 – Invoicing/Payment 8 – Contract Closure 6

  7. Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF) IDs • UDEF IDs will provide a common data dictionary for most business data • Example: Requisition Number, Part Number, Contract Number, Shipment Number, etc. • Contract Data – UDEF IDs will provide consistent data labels throughout the entire procurement process… 7

  8. from the Order… (shown: Electronic Document Access web-based Government Contract) 8

  9. …to the Delivery(shown: WAWF web-based Acceptance Document) 9

  10. Different Names for the Same Data • In the preceding Form Based examples, the data required is known by different names • DD1155 Order for Supplies or Services • Block 1 is “Contract/Purchase Order No.” • DD250 Material Inspection & Receiving Report • Block 1 is “Proc. Instrument Iden. (Contract)” • Information contained in both “fields” • SP045103M4427 10

  11. The UDEF ID Solution • UDEF IDs are comprised of an Object and a Property divided by an underscore • The UDEF ID for Contract Number is “e.2_12.8” which is • Object: Contract Document • Property: Alphanumeric Identifier 11

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  13. Open Application GroupIntegration Specification (OAGIS) 8.1 • OAGIS 8.1 contains Business Object Documents (BODs) that include Verbs (e.g. Get, List, Process) and Nouns (Purchase Order, Invoice, etc.) • It also contains XML Schema, constraint XSL, and example XML documents • “Content Focused” (from OAGI presentation) • “ebXML is the envelope / OAGIS is the letter” • Learn more at http://www.openapplications.org 13

  14. Here’s how it looks with all the pieces put together… 14

  15. Proposed Aerospace Industry Standard eBusiness Architecture Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF) Naming Convention - 3 - Proposal / Evaluation - 4 - Contract Award - 7 - Billing / Payment - 8 - Contract Closure - 0 - General Information - 2 - Solicitation - 5 - Contract Performance - 6 - Delivery - 1 - Requirements TPP TPA CPP ListRouting GetDelivery AddQuote GetInvoice GetWIPStatus ProcessInvoice AddRequisition AddPurchaseOrder AddRequestForQuote OAGIS 8.1 Business Object Documents (BODs) based on ebXML standard UDEF – Use the same name for the same data element (e.g. Contract Number) across the entire Contract Life Cycle OAG BODs – Use established XML schema and documents (and extend where necessary) to achieve rapid e-commerce capability 15

  16. DoD Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) • In July, 2001, the Secretary of Defense established the Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) to transform and modernize the Department of Defense (DoD) business and Financial Systems • This initiative has been designated as one of the top ten reform priorities for the Department • The above comments are from the BMMP Transition Plan dated 6 June 2003. 16

  17. DoD Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) • Seven BMMP Domains • Acquisition (ACQ) • Finance, Accounting Operations & Financial Mgmt (ACC/FIN) • Human Resources Management (HRM) • Installations & Environment (I&E) • Logistics (LOG) • Strategic Planning & Budgeting (SPB) • Technical Infrastructure (TI) 17

  18. DoD Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) • Relevant Domains for this presentation and their designated Owners • Acquisition (ACQ) • Ms. Deidre Lee • Finance, Acctg Ops & Financial Mgmt (ACC/FIN) • Ms. JoAnn Boutelle • Logistics (LOG) • Ms. Diane Morales • Technical Infrastructure (TI) • Ms. Priscilla Guthrie 18

  19. DoD Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) • Two relevant policies • Unique Item Identification (UID) • Policy Memorandum signed 7/29/2003 • XML Registration • Policy Memorandum signed 4/22/2002 19

  20. Unique Item Identification (UID) 20

  21. XML Registration 21

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  25. Remember the Paper Forms • The first thing required to become “paperless” is to start out “paperful.” • Gather information from the legacy forms-based processes • Roughly speaking, the UDEF IDs represent the blocks on the forms and OAGIS 8.1 BODs represent the entire form as well as its exchange with another party 25

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  28. Recommended “Next Steps” • Create small pilot effort to model end-to-end procurement of small spare supply unit (e.g. cable assembly) • Work with appropriate BMMP Domains to inventory all forms and processes currently in use to transfer data • Create and register UDEF IDs for all the necessary blocks • Make sure not to create redundant UDEF IDs for different form blocks which have the same semantic meaning (e.g. “PIIN” vs. “Purchase Order No.”) • Work with OAGI to create necessary extensions to existing Business Object Documents 28

  29. Questions? 29