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  1. GJXDM/NIEM Presentation

  2. Background: GJXDM and NIEM • Global has been and continues to focus on development of NIEM in parallel to GJXDM • Global has and continues to participate on NIEM governance, ConOps, architecture, and outreach materials • Global members have heard the concerns regarding future relationship between GJXDM and NIEM—such as, “what do I invest in?” • GXSTF heretofore has not managed the justice namespace but will assume this responsibility with 4.0

  3. GJXDM/NIEM Governance • GJXDM will continue in relevancy, existence • GXSTF will manage the justice namespace • Renamed in NIEM as jxdm • GXSTF will have governance responsibility (within current Global structure) • GXSTF is represented on the NIEM governing body (NIEM Business Architecture Committee (NBAC)) for “Common” and “Universal” • Governance of “Common” and “Universal” is now NBAC’s responsilbility

  4. GJXDM 3.1.0: Why not? • Differences between GJXDM 3.1.0 and NIEM 1.0 • Development cycle of 3.1 • Time (calendar) • Resources • Convergence of GJXDM and NIEM is at GJXDM 4.0/NIEM 1.1 (slated for Q2 2007)

  5. Making Decisions:3.03 and NIEM 1.0 and 4.0/1.1 • This will not affect current IEPDs ever

  6. GJXDM 3.0.3 vs GJXDM 3.1 Structure • 3.0.3 • Implements only generic relationships • Roles are not supported • All metadata inherits from SuperType • Proxy schemas are used to implement code types • 3.1 • Implements associations and roles with metadata • Implements flexible metadata containers • PropertyType and ActivityType completely refactored • No proxy schemas are used for code lists

  7. GJXDM 3.0.3 vs GJXDM 3.1 Content • 3.0.3 • Contains many deprecations accumulated from 3.0.x series • 3.1 • Removes deprecations accumulated in 3.0.x series • Incorporates many new association and role types • Includes motor vehicle crash data • Includes new security components for TWPDES and Intelligence community • Updates NCIC tables • Includes many other component changes applied per feedback through Bugzilla

  8. GJXDM 3.1 vs NIEM 1.0 Structure • NIEM 1.0 • Partitioned into multiple NIEM domains (including Justice) • Includes Universal, Common, and Structures namespaces (Core) • Refactors data components across all namespaces • Implements type augmentation • Implements more flexible code lists • Uses abstract code elements and substitution groups • Does not use dot notation • Implements a URI for each component • Refactors some specialization occurrences into augmentation, associations, roles, and metadata • Uses original GJXDM 3.0.3 PropertyType and ActivityType(GJXDM 3.1 implements substantive structural and content changes to PropertyType and ActivityType)

  9. GJXDM 3.1 vs NIEM 1.0 Content • NIEM 1.0 adds (in addition to justice) • Immigration and customs enforcement • Customs and border protection/international trade • Intelligence • Emergency management • Infrastructure protection • Person screening • External standards (Geospatial, EDXL)

  10. GJXDM 3.0.3 vs NIEM 1.0 Structure • NIEM 1.0 • Partitioned into multiple NIEM domains (including Justice) • Includes Universal, Common, and Structures namespaces (Core) • Refactors data components across all namespaces • Implements • Associations • Roles • Metadata • Implements a URI for each component • Based on GJXDM 3.0.3 PropertyType and ActivityType • Implements a URI for each component • Refactors some specialization occurrences into augmentation, associations, roles, and metadata • Uses original GJXDM 3.0.3 PropertyType and ActivityType • Type augmentation • Abstract code elements

  11. GJXDM 3.0.3 vs NIEM 1.0 Content • NIEM 1.0 adds (in addition to Justice) • Immigration and customs enforcement • Customs and border protection/international trade • Intelligence • Emergency management • Infrastructure protection • Person screening • External standards (Geospatial, EDXL)

  12. GJXDM 4.0/NIEM 1.1 (Q2 2007) • 4.0/1.1 will converge GJXDM 3.0.3, GJXDM 3.1 features, and NIEM 1.0 into one release with built-in migration support to subsequent NIEM releases • GJXDM 4.0/NIEM 1.1 Summary—multidomain, refactored PropertyType and ActivityType; associations, roles, metadata, type augmentation, flexible code lists, URI for each component, database export, and three integrated support tools

  13. Requirements for 4.0/1.1 Release • 3.1 functionality • NIEM Naming and Design Rules (NDR) compliance • Version independence • Lessons learned from NIEM 1.0 implementations • Commitment from NIEM PMO to support local and state pilots

  14. Global Information Sharing Initiatives Executive Briefing Question-and-Answer Period

  15. Wrap-Up • GJXDM is alive and well—investments, to date, will be preserved • GXSTF will continue to have governance oversight within the justice domain • GXSTF and Global are participating in the NIEM governance structure • Convergence/interlocking will occur with simultaneous 4.0/1.1 releases • “Interlocking” means • NDRs and toolsets are consistent • IEPDs will be developed using both • The two data models are complementary and efficient (data is not duplicated) and allow seamless interoperability via toolsets