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Re: [ontolog-forum] e-Gov Links of Interest

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From: Peter Yim <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2004 12:44:49 -0700
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Thank you for sharing, and for the contribution, Cecelia.    (01)

The links, and the summary you have provided, will be saving 
individuals (like myself) a bunch of time, scanning sites after sites 
that comes out of a web search.    (02)

It would be wonderful to continue on with you effort by starting a set 
of member-recommended-resources on our wiki by seeding it with what 
you have contributed here.    (03)

Anyone want to get that going, along with Cecelia?    (04)

Appreciate the effort! Tx.  -ppy
--    (05)

Cecelia Hickel wrote Thu, 3 Jun 2004 10:43:44 -0700:    (06)

> eGov
> http://www.results.gov/agenda/scorecard.html  The most recent status reports
> of the eGov program beginning from 2002 forward.
> http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/egov/site_map.htm  A composite of links
> relavent to the eGov initiative at all levels.
> eGov Affiliated Websites
> http://www.BPN.gov The Business Partner Network
> http://www.ContractDirectory.gov - This site is a searchable directory of
> government wide acquisition contracts (GWACs), multi-agency contracts,
> Federal Supply Schedule contracts, or any other procurement instrument
> intended for use by multiple agencies, including Blanket Purchase Agreements
> (BPAs) against Federal Supply Schedule contracts.
> This site serves as a market research and planning tool, enabling agencies
> to explore the use of existing multi-agency contracting vehicles to satisfy
> their requirements before developing new contracts.
> http://www.EPLS.gov The Excluded Parties Listing System
> http://www.FedBizOpps.gov - FedBizOpps.gov is the single government
> point-of-entry (GPE) for Federal government procurement opportunities over
> $25,000. Government buyers are able to publicize their business
> opportunities by posting information directly to FedBizOpps via the
> Internet. Through one portal - FedBizOpps (FBO) - commercial vendors seeking
> Federal markets for their products and services can search, monitor and
> retrieve opportunities solicited by the entire Federal contracting
> community.
> http://www.FedTeDS.gov - (Federal Technical Data Solution) FedTeDS is an
> online dissemination solution designed to safeguard sensitive acquisition
> related information for use by all Federal Agencies and their approved
> business partners.
> http://www.FPDS-NG.com - The FPDS is the central repository of statistical
> information on federal contracting. It contains detailed information on
> contract actions of more than $25,000 and summary data on procurements of
> less that $25,000. The new system, FPDS-NG, will integrate with every
> government procurement system in real time.
> http://www.PPIRS.gov - Past Performance Information Retrieval System
> http://www.WDOL.gov - Wage Determinations OnLine Program
> eGov Technical and Information Resource Links
> http://www.web-services.gov/  Semantic XML Web Services Community of
> Practice homepage.
> http://listserv.gsa.gov/archives/cioc-web-services.html  A webpage of
> publication and presentation archives of the CIO Council AIC Web-Services
> Working Group by month/year dating back to Dec. 2002. It has a search
> function.
> http://xml.gov/registries.asp  "A registry/repository is a means to discover
> and retrieve documents, templates, and software (i.e., objects and
> resources) over the Internet. The registry is used to discover the object.
> It provides information about the object, including its location. A
> repository is where the object resides for retrieval by users."
> http://www.dlis.dla.mil/GIDM/default.asp  Government/Industry Data Mart
> (GIDM), the portal for government/industry data exchange. Through these
> pages, you have access to several massive data sources and portals which
> backbone the eGov.
> http://www.egovos.org/  Go here and download a 1000+ page catalog the US
> government uses to refer to open source software. Includes contacts and
> software descriptions. Also, you can add your software here.
> Pilot Programs
> http://web-services.gov/et41703a.ppt Overview of the funded pilot program
> and requirements given by Brand Niemann.  "The pilot funding options are as
> follows: (1) AIC Budget (limited), (2) Industry Advisory Council (IAC)
> services, (3) Participating Agencies, and (4) Venture Capitalists."
> Non eGov Links but good Ontolog member resources
> http://www.dau.mil/pubs/pdf/know-it.pdf  An encyclopedia of nearly 400 pages
> on Knowledge Management and IT terms, definitions and acronyms compiled by a
> Navy Program Executive Office for Information Technology and based on first
> hand experience. It is written by Neal J. Pollack and appears to based on a
> 1987 original publication with considerable updates. The definitions are
> well written and exampled and includes weblinks to additional resources as
> well as other published resources. Also and for no apparent reason is
> included with every definition is a whimsical saying that is great for
> thought and laughs and the source for each is included.
> http://www.x12.org/x12org/index.cfm  Here is a website for comparing the
> XML-based eCommerce standards to pre-existing standards ASC X12 which boasts
> more than 315 electronic data interchange (EDI) transaction sets, developed,
> integrated and tested over the last 25 years.  However, this "Standards
> Effort" appears to be a somewhat of a counter effort to the ebXML in that
> while in agreement to follow the ebXML standards, the X12 version includes
> additional structures in their components while claiming X12 is more defined
> as to meanings of semantics.    (07)

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