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Core data type person

Core Data Type - PERSON

Mini Kanwal

December 02, 2004

Core data types
Core Data Types

  • Core Data Types are the basic business data items that describe common concepts used in general business activities

  • Core Data Types provide a way to capture and maximize the reuse of business information to support and enhance information interoperability across multiple business communities

  • Core Data Types contains only the information pieces necessary to describe a specific concept


  • Identify Partners

    • DHS - Internal

      • CBP, ICE, US Visit, IAIP, GMO

    • DHS – External

      • DOJ, DON, DOS, DOD, IC

  • Identify Sources

    • XSD, DDL, Taxonomy/OWL, Data Model, csv file, BPwin, Data Element Dictionary (DED)

Core data types of interest
Core Data Types Of Interest

  • Person

  • Organization

  • Assets

  • Location

  • Communication

  • Incident/Event

  • Screening

Benefits of core data types
Benefits Of Core Data Types

  • Identify Common Groupings

  • Information Analysis

  • Learning Metadata

  • Standard Operating Procedure


  • TWPDES (Terrorist Watchlist Person Data Exchange Standard)

  • Department Of Justice

  • Department Of Defense

  • ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement)

  • UN/CEFACT Person (adapted by Department Of Navy)

  • DHS (EA v2)

  • Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection (IAIP)

  • Department Of Interior - Sample Person Data Model (under consideration by several Agencies)

Person overview


PERSON Overview


Variations in person definition
Variations in PERSON Definition

TWPDE – A person maintained on a terrorist watchlist is considered to be an individual who is a known or suspected terrorist or criminal and who can either be prevented from entering the country, apprehended while in the country, or apprehended as they attempt to exit the country

ICE - A foreign born person, who is not a United States citizen, of interest to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

DHS (EA v2) - A person involved with, affected by, interested in, or otherwise of interest to the enterprise

DOJ – An individual that describes inherent and frequently associated characteristics of a person

Need for harmonization
Need for Harmonization

Harmonization is to take a set of proposed Core Data Types, Business Information Entities from different domains, identify differences and similarities between the various submissions, and produce a single, complete cross- domain set

Procedure for harmonization
Procedure for Harmonization

  • Evaluate each submitted Core Data Types for consistently

  • Compare the definition and structure of each submitted Core Data Types

    If the submitted Core Data Type is the same or similar

    - Compare the properties of each to identify any differences

    If the submitted Core Data Type has properties missing in the existing one

    - Enforce a harmonized form that contains the properties of each

    If the submitted Core Data Type is a subset of the existing Core Data Type definition

    - Recommend the use of the existing one

  • If the definition of the Core Data Type does not match any existing ones

    - Add that as a new core data type

Next steps
Next Steps

  • Continue to outreach

  • Harmonization

  • Continue evaluate tools for harmonization

  • Maintain the standard operating procedures

Core data type person


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