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Fifth Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: Technology Transfer, Innovation and IT Governance - Best Practices for Value-Driven, Component-Based Enterprise Architecture:  Fifth Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: Technology Transfer, Innovation and IT Governance - Best Practices for Value-Driven, Component-Based Enterprise Architecture October 25, 2004 MITRE, McLean, Virginia Architecture andamp; Infrastructure and Best Practices Committees, CIO Council Welcome:  Welcome On behalf of: The organizers of the Fifth Conference: Tony Stanco, Susan Turnbull, Brand Niemann, Ira Grossman, and Rick Tucker. To all those who are presenting, participating, and assisting. This is the second of what we hope will be a long-term relationship with MITRE! Logistics: Government personnel ordinarily are provided non-escort badges within MITRE, while MITRE escort is required for those from non-government organizations (e.g. private sector). Overview:  Overview Title: Technology Transfer, Innovation and IT Governance - Best Practices for Value-Driven, Component-Based Enterprise Architecture Purpose: To learn how to organize across national, regional, and local technology transfer and innovation programs in order to rapidly advance component-based best practices for value-driven, as opposed to compliance-driven, enterprise architecture. Overview:  Overview A Key Finding of the Past Year: The need to apply emerging technologies (web services, grid computing, and semantic web) to tune up the innovation pipeline with better linkages among business incubators (state economic development programs), innovation diffusion networks (SBIR, angel investors, etc.) and business intelligence centers with quality information about e-government and e-commerce gaps. Many of the agile business components surfacing in innovative settings are not easily discovered by e-government managers, resulting in lost or delayed opportunities for both parties. Overview:  Overview Key Questions: Why does the chief enterprise architect for General Motors report to the CEO of General Motors on how technology innovation will save General Motors money and grow its business instead of on the benefits of enterprise architecture? Why do CIOs prefer to promote value-driven, instead of compliance-driven, enterprise architecture within their organizations? How do enterprise information architects deliver the value (e.g. information integration, knowledge management systems, etc.) that could benefit the IT enterprise architects in their work? How can stakeholders to this purpose amplify their individual and collective effectiveness by collaborating together? Where are the intangible assets like 'network effects' emerging to advance the whole purpose? Overview:  Overview Key Questions: How could frontier outposts for Innovation Diffusion be among the first adopters of open, semantic technologies (like ontological standards or semantic web-services) that 'distill' and 'apply' the smart-data, -information and knowledge needed by both people and machines to solve complex problems within their work environments? How can the relationships, business processes, and tools needed by diverse people to augment their 'collective intelligence' around technology transfer and innovation diffusion be designed to support and not hobble, people's natural forms of expertise? Overview:  Overview Strategic Organizing: Evolving a Multi-Stakeholder Process for Identifying Emerging Technology Using Ontology Models and Semantic Web Best Practices: September 14, 2004: Design Workshop to Frame National Dialogue on Intelligent Information Use in Manufacturing and Implications for e-Government. October 19, 2004: Evolving a Multi-Stakeholder Best Practices Process for Implementing An FEA DRM XML Profile and Open Standards Web Applications: Introduction to Semantic Technology Tools and Applications. December 9, 2004: All Things Ontological - Common Upper Ontology, NSF Digital Government Projects, Environmental Health Thesaurus in the Semantic Web, Toward a DRM Ontology, etc. (preliminary title and topics). Agenda:  Agenda 8:00 a.m. Networking 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Introduction - One Year Later: Look Back, Take Stock, Focus Forward 9:00 a.m. Keynote 1: Technology Transfer Office at MITRE Reaches Major Milestone 9:30 a.m. Discussion: Who is Here? Who is Missing? - Introduction to National, Regional, and Local Innovation and Technology Transfer Perspectives in Light of What We Have Learned and Strategic Public- Private Partnership Opportunities 10:15 a.m. Break Agenda:  Agenda 11:30 a.m. Networking Lunch: MITRE escorts to and from cafeteria is required for non-government persons. 1:00 p.m. Keynote 2: IT Governance at MITRE 1:30 p.m. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Bootstrapping Opportunities in 2005 2:30 p.m. Breakthrough Performance Demonstrations 3:30 p.m. Adjourn Agenda:  Agenda 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Introduction - One Year Later: Look Back, Take Stock, Focus Forward: Tony Stanco, Lab2IPO, Associate Director, Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute at George Washington University Susan Turnbull, GSA, Co-Chair Emerging Technology Subcommittee, Architecture and Infrastructure Committee, Federal CIO Council Brand Niemann, EPA, Co-Chair, Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice, Best Practices Committee, Federal CIO Council Ira Grossman, Chief Enterprise Architect, NOAA, and Chair, Chief Architects' Forum, Architecture and Infrastructure Committee, Federal CIO Council Rick Tucker, Principal Enterprise Architect in MITRE’s Center for Enterprise Modernization in McLean, Virginia Agenda:  Agenda Tony Stanco, Lab2IPO, Associate Director, Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute at George Washington University: Original idea for Componenttechnology.Org (Fostering a Component Technology Marketplace for eGovernment with the SBIR/STTR) at a DC Bar Association Meeting (see next slide). Open Source in Government Conference, March 2004 with GSA. From Lab to IPO: The Hi-Tech Start-Up Class, VC Radio Show, and National Conference, May 17-18, 2005 (see next session). Slide12:  The Hockey Rink and 'Break Through Performance' Game Analogy: A Level Playing Surface and 'Skate to Where the Puck Will Be'* *Wayne Gretzky (considered by most to be the greatest hockey player of all-time). Agenda:  Agenda Brand Niemann, EPA, Co-Chair, Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice, Best Practices Committee, Federal CIO Council: Borrowed the Phrase 'Skate to Where the Puck Will Be' and Started the Hockey Puck and CT Awards at the First and Second Conferences at the White House Conference Center, October 25, 2003, and January 26, 2004 (see next slides). A CIO Council Pilot Project becomes the First Annual Conference on Semantic Technologies for eGovernment which fosters the SICoP which produces the White Paper Series and becomes a public-private partnership to produce the Second Annual Conference which goes on to collaborate with DARPA/DAML to produce the Semantic Web Applications for National Security Conference (SWANS) in early February 2005. The Emerging Technology Component “Break Through Performance” Life Cycle of Vivisimo.Com:  The Emerging Technology Component 'Break Through Performance' Life Cycle of Vivisimo.Com A product of Phases I and II of the National Science Foundation’s SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research Program). A product of the Phase III SBIR from Innovation Works – Associated with the NASVF (National Association of Seed and Venture Funds). Highly Recommendation by the NSF SBIR Program Manager for Our October 20th First Quarterly Conference. An Outstanding Presentation and Answers to Questions. Sets the Standard for 'Break Through Performance' for eGov: Sustainable Business Model/Profitable (Vivisimo well over $1 million/year within two years). Open Standards/Interoperable/Reusable (e.g. works with FirstGov and supports eGov Act of 2002 need for categorization of government information!) Product Commercialization and Procurement (Available through GSA Schedule-SBIR Phase II). Publicity (e.g. Washington Post Express, January 6, 2004, 'Googles to Come'. Launches New Consumer Search Portal to Rival the Likes of Yahoo, MSN, and Google (http://www.clusty.com) That Includes Blogsphere and RSS Databases! Special Recognition:  Special Recognition Special Recognitions for "Break Through" Performance Presented at the Second Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference, January 26, 2004, White House Conference Center:  Special Recognitions for 'Break Through' Performance Presented at the Second Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference, January 26, 2004, White House Conference Center 1. The Adobe 'eForms for eGov' Team, for its support of the 'eForms for eGov Pilot' and its principles of Web Services Interoperability from the very start, and for being the first to reach 'Stage 3' with eForms for eGov and incorporate a full-featured registry/repository. 2. Broadstrokes, in partnership with IDSi, for commercializing the original CIO Council award-winning VoiceXML Pilot, to deliver a full GIS plus voice emergency notification product called Smart Response. 3. Development InfoStructure (DevIS), in partnership with the Department of Labor's WorkForce Connections (WFC) Program, for developing 'SCORM' and Section 508 Compliant Multimedia Content Management Software which was released recently as EZRO (EZ Reusable Objects), Open Source Software, under General Public License. 4. Image Matters, a very successful SBIR Program participant with the U.S. Army, whose products, userSmarts and the Ontology Manipulation Toolkit provide Semantic Geospatial Interoperability. 5. The Noblestar/Flashline Team for the FEA FlashPack Pilot and Component-Asset Reuse Workflow Patterns and Life Cycles in a standards-based Component Registry and Repository. 6. George Thomas, GSA Enterprise Architect, and Member of the Emerging Technology Subcommittee, for the 'Executable FEA', a design-time MDA (Model-Driven Architecture) and runtime SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) toolset and EA repository in support of GSA's vision of 'One GSA EA' and the FEA. Special Recognitions for "Break Through" Performance Presented at the “Swing for the Fences-Seed Investing for Entrepreneurs” Seminar, July 7, 2004, University of Maryland School of Business:  Special Recognitions for 'Break Through' Performance Presented at the 'Swing for the Fences-Seed Investing for Entrepreneurs' Seminar, July 7, 2004, University of Maryland School of Business 8. Dan Loague, Executive Director of the National Association of Seed and Venture Funds (NASVF), and Member of the Commonenttechnology.Org Advisory Team, for outstanding contributions to building an emerging technology components marketplace for eGovernment. Under Dan's leadership, the NASVF has conducted over 80 seed investing seminars, 10 national conferences, and the 2004 World's Best Technologies Showcase. 9. Maurice Swinton, former SBA Assistant Administrator, Office of Technology (SBIR/STTR), currently Senator Enzi's Office Staff for the Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship and Member of the Commonenttechnology.Org Advisory Team, for outstanding contributions to building an emerging technology components marketplace for eGovernment. Under Maurice's leadership the SBIR/STTR program has been recognized for its excellence in government and service to small businesses. (Update: Currently, Director of Special Projects Office, SBA). Agenda:  Agenda Susan Turnbull, GSA, Co-Chair Emerging Technology Subcommittee, Architecture and Infrastructure Committee, Federal CIO Council and Co-Chair, Social, Economic, an Workforce Implications of IT and IT Workforce Development CG of the Federal Networking and Information Technology Research andamp; Development (NITRD) Program: Coined the Phrase 'State Citizen Entrepreneurs' for the Second Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: Break Through Performance Life Cycle in Government Enterprise Architecture, at the White House Conference Center, January 26, 2004. Organized Third Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership, at FOSE 2004, March 23-25, 2004, Washington DC Convention Center. Just completed Collaborative Expedition Workshop #36! Organizing study groups for leadership of the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee – Semantic Interoperability is the first topic Collaborative Expedition Workshop Series:  Collaborative Expedition Workshop Series Sponsored by GSA, NITRD’s SEW, and CIOC’s Emerging Technology SC Monthly workshop series for Federal, state, and local government, community organizations and private sector to explore how to create a citizen-centric government infrastructure supported by new technologies Expedition Workshop Objectives:  Expedition Workshop Objectives Accelerate shared understanding in light of Federal Enterprise Architecture toward intergovernmental collaboration practices Provide an open forum for Communities of Practice and others around problem-centered, collaborative protyping Appreciation that building trusted relationships is eGovernment Collaborative “Incubator” Process:  Collaborative 'Incubator' Process Realistic citizen-service scenarios for benchmarking performance Innovation practitioners with multilateral organizing skills Faster maturation and transfer of validated capabilities among intergovernmental partners Extensible e-gov components that transcend 'stove-piping' through open standards technologies Slide22:  Slide23:  Agenda:  Agenda Ira Grossman, Chief Enterprise Architect, NOAA, and Chair, Chief Architects' Forum, Architecture and Infrastructure Committee, Federal CIO Council: Recognized leader in the use of state-of-the-art enterprise architecture tools. Active member of the Governance Subcommittee of the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee since its inception in 2002 (see next slide). Became Chief Architects Forum Task Leader, in September 2004. Organizational Relationships:  Organizational Relationships U.S. CIO Council Industry Advisory Council (IAC) OMB - FEAPMO Enterprise Architecture Special Interest Group Subcommittees: Governance Components Emerging Technologies Architecture andamp; Infrastructure Committee IT Workforce Connections Best Practices Committee Chief Architects Forum Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice WGs and CoPs Agenda:  Agenda Rick Tucker, Principal Enterprise Architect in MITRE’s Center for Enterprise Modernization in McLean, Virginia: Hosted Fourth Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: An Emerging Public-Private Partnership with MITRE, June 3, 2004, at The MITRE Corporation, Mc Lean, Virginia. Organized MITRE Participation in the Fifth Quarterly Emerging Technology Components Conference: Technology Transfer, Innovation and IT Governance, October 25, 2004. Involved in EA for two OMB Lines of Business (Case Management and Federal Health) and MITRE’s EA Technology Area Team Advising MITRE’s Research Program. Agenda:  Agenda Keynote 1: Technology Transfer Office at MITRE Reaches Major Milestone: The Technology Transfer Office (TTO) at MITRE recently achieved a major milestone by signing an agreement with a Silicon Valley-based venture group involving a portfolio of 24 patents, the majority of which are related to database technology and communications systems, and which represent the work of 43 current and former MITRE employees. The venture group plans to start a variety of new companies based on the related MITRE technologies. Gerard Eldering, Director of Technology Transfer Office. Agenda:  Agenda Discussion: Who is Here? Who is Missing? - Introduction to National, Regional, and Local Innovation and Technology Transfer Perspectives in Light of What We Have Learned and Strategic Public- Private Partnership Opportunities: Representatives from start-up meeting in June, 2003 Naval Research Laboratory, Technology Transfer Office, Deirdre Zammit XML CoP, Emerging Technology SC, Architecture andamp; Infrastructure Committee, CIOC Semantic Interoperability CoP, Best Practices Committee, CIOC Chief Architects Forum SBIR/SBA and NITRD Update Technology Commercialization in Greater Washington: January 2004 Benchmark Study by the Greater Washington Board of Trade, Robbie Melton From Lab to IPO: The Hi-Tech Start-Up Class, VC Radio Show, and National Conference, May 17-18, 2005 Report on July 7th Swing for the Fences Seed Investing for Entrepreneurs Seminar Collaboration for a Change:  Collaboration for a Change Network Exchange Information Coordinate Exchange Information AND Harmonize Activities Cooperate Exchange Information AND Harmonize Activities AND Share Resources Exchange Information AND Harmonize Activities AND Share Resources AND Enhance Partner’s Capacity Collaborate Based on the concepts from A.T. Himmelman 'Collaboration for a Change: Definitions, Models, Roles and a Collaboration Process Guide' and a tool developed by Lancaster Community Health Plan. Trust and Time Turf Wars Examples of Enhancing Partner’s Capacity:  Examples of Enhancing Partner’s Capacity May 11, 2004 Collaboration Expedition Workshop in Cooperation with Componenttechnology.Org at NSF, Ballston, VA, on Emerging Technology Innovations in Software Components Development, Reuse, and Management – Applications to Government Enterprise Architecture. NASVF Helps SBIR Phase III with More Seed Investing Seminars in Communities. CIO Council Helps SBIR Program Managers with eGov/FEA Topics. SBA Brings 'Break Through' Performance Components Directly to eGovernment Programs. Emerging Technology Subcommittee Helps the Component Technology Subcommittee with Candidate Components Emerging Technology Subcommittee Helps Simplify and Unify the FEA and Architecture andamp; Infrastructure Committee Process and Tasks and Embed the Business Processes and the EA in the Components Themselves under a Service-Oriented Architecture. Componenttechnology.Org Brings Pre-vetted eGOV Emerging Technology Components to the NASVF. Agenda:  Agenda Keynote 2: IT Governance at MITRE: Recognizing that IT decisions affect the entire company, the Center for Information and Technology (CIandamp;T) has made developing a more effective IT governance process a priority for FY04. To that end, CIandamp;T has established the CIO Customer Council to bring a stronger business perspective to IT planning and decision-making. See IT Governance at MITRE, in MITRE Matters, April/ May 2004, pages 4-5. Dave Lehman, CIO http://www.mitre.org/about/officers/lehman.html Agenda:  Agenda Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Bootstrapping Opportunities in 2005: Enterprise Transformation to Service Oriented Architectures, Marc Halley, MITRE. Semantic Interoperability: The Business Case for SICoP White Paper Module 2, Denise Bedford, World Bank and SICoP Member. National Infrastructure for Community Statistics: Toward National Innovation and National Security (The Emerging Business Case), Pari Sabety, Director, Urban Markets Initiative, Brookings Institution. Agenda:  Agenda Breakthrough Performance Demonstrations: Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) – Making an SOA EA Real!, Rex Brooks, Starbourne Communications Design and Ali Naizi, Oracle, with support from Russ Ruggerio and Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga. Federated Repositories FEA-Compliant Reference Models Web Site Launched with Nearly 200 High-Quality Components Using the Logidex Asset Center, Jana Crowder, Ai Metrix (formerly with Noblestar) and Steve Oesterle and Brent Carlson, Logic Library with Support from Kenny Lew and Ursala Karber, Noblestar, and Don Imhoff and Martha Sherman, Logic Library. Special Recognition:  Special Recognition Special Recognition:  Special Recognition

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