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GS1 Industry & Standards Event Sept 27-1 Oct 2010 – Amsterdam Creating value together with global standards. Migration of current GSMP and EPC Working Groups 9:00AM – 10:45AM Who May Attend ( Everyone) Eileen Harpell & Kerry Angelo. Sponsored by. Hosted by. Overview . What is the GSMP?

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GS1 Industry & Standards EventSept 27-1 Oct 2010 – AmsterdamCreating value together with global standards

Migration of current GSMP and EPC Working Groups

9:00AM – 10:45AM

Who May Attend (Everyone)

Eileen Harpell & Kerry Angelo

Sponsored by

Hosted by

overview
Overview
  • What is the GSMP?
  • What is the Structure of GSMP?
  • How do you to Participate in the GSMP?
  • How does the GSMP Process Work?
  • How will work transition into the New GSMP?
what is gsmp
What is GSMP?
  • The global forum for users to bring business needs that require standard based solutions to create a more efficient Supply Chain.
  • Provides a comprehensive set of methods and rules allowing both the GSMP and EPC communities to submit their business needs that lead to the creation of globally agreed standards and guidelines.
gsmp founding principles
GSMP Founding Principles

... Openness & Transparency

… User Driven Standards

… Consistency

… Stakeholder Participation

… Standards Protection

… Governance

... Consensus and Voting

... Global Applicability

gsmp deliverables gs1 core technologies
GSMP Deliverables - GS1 Core Technologies
  • BarCodes & Identification
  • Electronic Product Code (EPC)
  • Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN)
  • eCOM (and EANCOM)
  • Global Product Classification (GPC)
  • Data Accuracy
structure of the gsmp
Structure of the GSMP

Governance groups consist of the following bodies:

  • GS1 Management Board: Determines the global strategy for GS1, and ratifies changes to new or existing GS1 System standards
  • GS1 Board Committee for Standards (BCS): Provides operational and strategic policy and guidance in support of the GSMP

GS1 Management Board

Board Committee for Standards (BCS)

Architecture Group

Process Oversight Committee

Central Operations

(GS1 Staff)

Technical Standards Committee

structure of the gsmp1
Structure of the GSMP

The Governance Support groups consist of the following bodies:

  • Architecture Group: Promotes and protects the technical integrity of the GS1 system
  • Process Oversight Committee (POC): Ensures that the GSMP is delivering standards that are critical to business needs with world-class efficiency
  • Technical Standards Committee (TSC): Subcommittee of the POC, ensures that GSMP is delivering technical standards that address business community requirements
  • Central Operations: Ensures day-to-day project management and resource allocation within the GSMP

GS1 Management Board

Board Committee for Standards (BCS)

Architecture Group

Process Oversight Committee

Central Operations

(GS1 Staff)

Technical Standards Committee

what is the structure
What is the Structure?

Working Groups fall under one of the following types:

  • Standards Maintenance Groups (SMG): Standing working groups composed of business process and GS1 standards experts
  • Mission-Specific Working Groups (MSWG): Formed to work on Complex Change Requests or GSMP initiatives - are closed upon completion of the solution.
participating in a standards development team
Participating in a Standards Development Team
  • Organised and led by a GSMP Process Manager
  • Virtual meetings are teleconferences which range from weekly to monthly
  • Virtual meetings may also include web meetings or video conferencing
  • Physical meetings occur twice a year
  • Ad hoc physical meetings may be scheduled
gs1 intellectual property policy
GS1 Intellectual Property Policy

GS1 strives to protect its community of users and their efforts and investments.

GS1 Standards Development:

  • Delivers Global Interoperable Standards
  • Developed through working Groups
  • Operating under the safe haven ofthe GS1 Intellectual Property Policy Framework
why do we need an ip policy
Why do we need an IP Policy?
  • To protect the GS1 Community and its investment in development and implementation
    • Many patents exist and are being filed today in areas relevant to requirements, process, and specifications
    • Companies could hold patents on aspects of the process that may later deter implementation
    • GS1 IP policy encourages Working Group participants to identify a necessary claim of their Intellectual Property
how do we address it within gsmp
How do we address it within GSMP?
  • All companies and MOs must sign the IP Policy
  • To have access to work-in-progress and affect development, all companies and MOs must Sign the opt-in Agreement
  • GS1 requires all participants to operate under the same agreement
ip policy resource library
IP Policy Resource Library
  • IP Policy Made Simple
  • The intention of the IPP
  • The affect to my Company’s Patent Portfolio
  • How the IPP protects the GS1 Community
  • FAQ’s
  • What are the benefits of having the IPP?
  • Who should sign the IPP documents?
  • How does my organization reserve intellectual property which is not available for license?

Available: www.gs1.org/ip

local community network process lcnp
Local Community Network Process (LCNP)
  • Family of programs organized by GS1 MOs at local level to offer standards development services to their local community
  • Bridging participation through time zone, language, and company size
however
However…
  • …it is a challenge to engage local users in GSMP:
  • Language barrier
  • Travel restrictions
  • Time constraints
new gsmp new lcn
New GSMP – New LCN
  • MO support for local user engagement more important in New GSMP
  • On-Boarding
  • Supporting voting / eBalloting
  • Enabling community review
lcn service supporting activities
LCN Service: Supporting activities

Communication on GSMP events and procedures

Support on-boarding new local member

Education Work Request

Assistance virtual tools

Support local working group management

Support local code lists

go staff supports lcn
GO Staff Supports LCN
  • Melanie Kudela: Overall LCN coordination
  • Kelly Rhoades: Communication & IP
  • Process Managers: Coordination of Standards Development
  • Edward Merrill: Membership
  • Eileen Harpell: Virtual Tools, GSMP Work Requests, CRoom
  • Brian Bennett: LCL
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Give local members a real voice in GSMP

Join us on Friday 1 October 2010 to learn more about LCN and to help shape the new LCN!

gsmp 4 step process
GSMP 4 Step Process

1

Statement of BusinessNeed

4

2

Requirements Analysis

Deployment

3

System

Development

work requests wr
Work Requests (WR)

1

4

2

3

  • Entry point into the GSMP process
  • Maintenance WRs directly routed to SMGs
  • Development WRs routed to Industry Engagement (IE) for review – then to Work Groups

Central

Operations

Central

Operations

& POC

Work Groups

Industry Engagement

Development WR

WR

Standards Maintenance Groups

Maintenance WR

statement of business need
Statement of Business Need

1

4

2

Replaces the PDD

3

  • Charter
    • Work Request(s)
    • Resource Needs
    • SMG/WG Assignments
    • WG Chairs (if new)
    • Expected Timeline
  • Statement of Business Need (SBN)

Replaces the BCD

Central Operations

& POC

WR

SMG

or

Work Groups

Industry Engagement

requirements analysis
Requirements Analysis

1

4

2

3

  • Gather and Analyze requirements across all standards types
  • Business Requirements Analysis Document (BRAD) is developed
  • Public Review

Gather and

Analyze Requirements

BRAD

Complex WO

  • Public Review:
  • Community
  • SMG
  • Architecture
system development
System Development

1

4

2

3

  • SMG or Work Group develops the Standard
  • Public Review

Development

Prototype or Pilot

(optional)

Draft

Standards

  • Public Review
  • Community
  • SMG
  • Architecture
deployment
Deployment

1

4

2

3

  • Additional Collateral
    • Webinars / Training / Newsletters / Bulletins
  • Conformance and Certification
  • Impact Analysis
  • Community Vote via eBallot
  • Ratification by Management Board (via BCS) and POC

Standards

Collateral Material

Confirm Additional Collateral

Implementation

Plan and

Impact Analysis

eBallot

Ratification

BCS

POC

work requests and work orders
Work Requests and Work Orders
  • Work Requests (WR) are submitted by the community to request new standards or modify existing standards
  • WRs becomes Work Orders (WO) when work is initiated in GSMP Step 1 (Requirements).
gsmp voting
GSMP Voting
  • All GSMP members are eligible to vote
  • The participation requirements and voting minimums for a specific GSMP Working Group are defined in the Working Group Charter
  • Process-mandated voice motions:
    • Moves work from step to step
    • Subject to participation minimums - if not met, use group virtual motion instead
  • Community eBallot:
    • Progresses draft requirements and standard forward
gsmp voting1
GSMP Voting

GSMP minimums take the following form:

  • A minimum of 12 organizations must participate.
  • In addition, a minimum balance (“2-2-2”) of:
    • 2 MOs
    • 2 End Users from one side of the trading relationship
    • 2 End Users from the other side of the trading relationship

If a particular work effort requires unique minimums, they will be defined in in the Working Group Charter

gsmp work transition for maintenance changes
GSMP Work Transition for Maintenance Changes

Simple (Maintenance) Work Requests submitted into the current GSMP will continue to be processed in the current GSMP model by the Business Requirements Groups (BRGs) until the analogous Standards Maintenance Group (SMG) in the new model achieves a critical mass of GS1 IP Policy signatories.

GSMP BRG - existing Work-in-Progress

New GSMP

19-April

2010

The institution of the GS1 IP Policy in the new process will play a key role in determining WHEN any group is considered operational. Each SMG must have an Opted-In membership of sufficient size to represent a valid minimum of the community voice in the creation of the standard. The determination of what is a “valid minimum” will be made by the Process Oversight Committee (POC).

gsmp business requirements group brg gsmp transition to standards maintenance group smg
GSMP Business Requirements Group (BRG) GSMP Transition to Standards Maintenance Group (SMG)

Close BRG

Simple /Maintenance WO continues in BRG

  • Create Charter for SMG
  • Establish minimum Participation Requirements

Reach Minimum Participation Requirement through IPP

Launch New SMG

POC

gsmp business requirements group brg gsmp transition to standards maintenance group smg1
GSMP Business Requirements Group (BRG) GSMP Transition to Standards Maintenance Group (SMG)
  • RFID Hardware not issued
    • Cannot combine UHF and HF under same IP Opt-in
    • Will work with POC to create RFID UHF and RFID HF as separate Charters
  • POC Approved 7 Charters
things that are the same
Things that are the Same
  • Standards development follows same 3-phase process as in EPC SDP:
    • Industry group identifies business need (no IP)
    • Requirements developed by cross-industry group with biz and tech participation (under IP)
    • Standards developed by cross-industry group (under IP)
  • Development of industry requirements and standards will continue under IP Policy and process with goal to produce user driven royalty free standards
  • GS1 IP Policy nearly identical to the former EPCglobal IP Policy
  • All development activities are defined within a Charter - clearly delineates scope
  • Standards published post-ratification, freely available to general public
  • The GS1 Architecture Group (merge of EPC ARC and old GSMP AG) provides overall architecture oversight and responds to requests for findings
things that are better
Things that are Better
  • Clearly defined process uses group of EPC standards experts to manage the maintenance of EPC standards for simple [incremental] modifications
  • Exposure to the full breadth of GS1 Standards development to promote collaboration, ensure alignment and prevent divergence
  • More groups in which to participate to develop and effect changes to all GS1 standards
  • Solution providers have full participation and voting rights in all GSMP working groups
  • Community review of requirements and standards extends to all GSMP members, not just within working group
  • New process step to lay emphasis on developing collateral materials in support of standards adoption
mapping today into tomorrow
Mapping Today into Tomorrow

TODAY

TOMORROW

EPC

GS1 New GSMP

GS1 Industry User Group [IUG]

Mission Specific Work Group: either a Requirements Development Group (RDG), or a Combined Development Group (CDG)

Mission Specific Work Group: either a Standards Development Group (SDG), or a Combined Development Group (CDG)

Mission Specific Work Group: either a Standards Development Group (SDG), or a Combined Development Group (CDG)

  • EPC IAG
  • EPC JRG
  • EPC HAG Work Group
  • EPC SAG Work Group
new governance transition
New Governance Transition

“The new governance structures acquire the roles and authorities of the old governance structures in addition to the new governance roles as described in the new GSMP Manual. This will facilitate the transition to the new process and standards ratification throughout.”

GSMP Process Group

Process Oversight Committee

EPC Business Steering Committee

Technical Steering Committee

Technical Standards Committee

Architecture Group

(GS1 & EPC)

Current

Architecture Group

19-April

2010

gs1 standards governance
GS1 Standards Governance

General Assembly

GS1 Management Board

BCS

  • GSMP Operation
  • Ratification
  • GS1 System Integrity
  • EPC Implementation
  • ONS Operation
  • Certification
  • GDSN Implementation
  • GR Operation
  • Certification

EPCglobal Board

GDSN Board

governance transition interim ratification
Governance Transition & Interim Ratification

Interim Ratification on GS1 EPCglobal standards developed under EPCglobal SDP

new gsmp governance for ratification
New GSMP Governance for Ratification

Standards Ratification on GS1 EPCglobal standards being developed under new GSMP

BCS

Ratification

GS1 Standards

POC (w TSC) Due Process Review

GS1 Management Board

where to participate participation changes to note
Where To ParticipateParticipation Changes to Note
    • All development working groups that define requirements or create standards are associated with the Standards Maintenance Group (SMG) that manages maintenance changes to that standard
      • Standards Mapping & Guideline Document details the associated Standards and other Documents to SMG
    • Standing bodies (SMGs) handling Maintenance Work Requests
    • Standards Development Work Requests via ‘Call to Action’ to form Mission Specific Work Groups [MSWG] for all other work requests
  • Participation minimums are established, both for the number of companies participating and balance across stakeholder types. The normal minimums are established in the GSMP manual, but can be overridden in a given group’s Charter if approvedby the POC
gsmp website
GSMP Website

www.gs1.org/gsmp/

GS1 Community Room

GSMP Online Work Request System

contact details

Contact Details

GS1 Global Office

Avenue Louise 326, bte 10

B-1050 Brussels, Belgium

T + 32 2 788 78 00

W www.gs1.org