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1 Standard Recommended Practice - Strategy Markup Language - Part 1: StratML Core

2  StratML Definition, Focus, Intent & Status  Related eGov Initiatives  StratML Tools & Prototype Services  Part 2, Performance Plans & Reports  What StratML Can Do for You  Needed Applications & Services  How You Can Help

3  Strategy Markup Language (StratML) Part 1 is an XML vocabulary and schema for the elements commonly contained in strategic plans.  StratML Part 2 will extend Part 1 to include the additional elements required for performance plans and reports.  Part 3 and perhaps additional parts will incorporate additional elements that, while not deemed essential, may add value to the core elements of strategic and performance plans.

4  Although the initial focus has been on the plans U.S. federal agencies are required to compile and maintain under the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), the intent is for StratML to be adopted as an international voluntary consensus standard for potential use by all organizations worldwide, as well as individuals who choose to lead mission/goal- directed lives.

5 Core Elements 1. Organization 2. Mission 3. Vision 4. Value 5. Goal 6. Objective 7. Stakeholder ANSI/AIIM Standard  Announcement  Cross- promotion/marketing Prototypes  Tools & services Tools & services  >500 StratML docsStratML docs

6  President Obama’s Open Gov Directive  Open Gov Brainstorming  Data.gov  eGov Act  E-FOIA  OMB Circular A-119  W3C eGov IG Open Gov Data Working Draft

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8  What is government doing?  Goals & objectives  In what form can the public readily find & use information?  HTML, XML, StratML with style sheets, applications & intermediary services  E-FOIA amendments  Data.gov  How can the public provide feedback?  StratML applications/services  More mature, social networking focused on stakeholders, goals & objectives

9  Public engagement ~ StratML applications  Effectiveness ~ Measurable results, reported to stakeholders  Input to improve public participation ~ To what end?  More efficient/effective pursuit of.gov goals & objectives

10  What is the “work of government”?  Missions, goals & objectives  Innovative tools, methods & systems to cooperate ~ on What?  Goals & objectives  How better to solicit public feedback?  Mature social networking services by applying StratML

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15 StratML is an open format

16 Note: M is available in StratML format with basic styling, including a hyperlinked table of context at The purposes of the StratML standard include facilitating stakeholder feedback on strategic goals and objectives, e.g., those to be documented in agency open gov plans. Agency open gov plans should be published in StratML format.

17  Access to “high-value” datasets ~ Aligned with strategic goals/objectives  Machine readable ~ CSV & XML (e.g., StratML)  Catalog ~ by Stakeholder groups, goals & objectives

18  StratML will enable agencies to comply with the provisions of subsections 202(b)(4) & (5) and 207(d) of the eGov Act, which respectively require agencies to:202(b)(4) & (5)207(d)  Work together to link their performance goals to key groups, including citizens, businesses, and other governments, as well as internal Federal Government operations; and  Adopt open standards (e.g., StratML) enabling the organization and categorization of Government information in a way that is searchable electronically and interoperably across agencies. “Key groups” = Stakeholders StratML = Open standard enabling queries interoperably across agencies

19  … an agency shall provide [records] in any form or format requested … if the record is readily reproducible by the agency in that form or format.  Each agency shall make reasonable efforts to maintain its records in forms or formats that are reproducible … 5 USC 55 (a)(3)(B) XML (StratML) is machine readable and readily reproducible The StratML collection already includes the plans ofStratML collection  All of the cabinet-level agencies (but not the bureaus)  Most of the smaller agencies (Small Agency Council members)Small Agency Council

20 6. What Is The Policy For Federal Use Of Standards? All federal agencies must use voluntary consensus standards in lieu of government-unique standards … except where inconsistent with law or otherwise impractical. 7. What Is The Policy For Participation In Voluntary Consensus Standards Bodies? Agencies must consult with voluntary consensus standards bodies … and must participate with such bodies in the development of voluntary consensus standards when consultation and participation is in the public interest and is compatible with their missions, authorities, priorities, and budget resources StratML ~ Is a voluntary consensus standard Can be used to document/share agency missions & goals/objectives (priorities) Is not government-unique StratML tools/services can make it very practical to use Participation in standards development bodies should support agency objectives (as documented in StratML format)

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22 Aneesh Chopra, U.S. Chief Technology Officer  … there must be a structured approach to open government, including a schedule for the public release of government data in machine-readable formats.  … government agencies should engage the public in developing open government plans and publish their completed plans. Information Week, September 9, 2009 Information Week StratML is a structured approach for releasing the data contained in strategic and performance plans in machine-readable format. Eventually, more mature social networking technologies and services should facilitate engagement and feedback from stakeholders  On the plans of organizations whose missions, goals, and objectives are of interest to them.

23  Documentation & Transformation Services – Drybridge Technologies  CAM Interactive Documentation – David Webber  Authoring/Editing Tools  Adobe, Xopus, Business Web Software, XML, Syntext & IC Tect  Tag Cloud – Strategi Consulting, Ari Knausenberger  Atom Demonstration – Joe Carmel  Basic Stylesheet – Crane Softwrights, Ken Holman  Farsi Translations & StratML Transformation Portal – Pooyan Zamanian  Search Service – Mark Logic, Shashi Mudunuri  Schema Design – Vision4Standards, Sylvia Webb

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28  During the development, piloting, proof-of-concept phase, more than 500 strategic plans were rendered in StratML format, using five different authoring/conversion tools, including:  Microsoft InfoPath using this formInfoPathform  Business Web Software AchieveForms Business Web SoftwareAchieveForms  Adobe PDF Fillable FormForm  Xopus Form (Available in Spanish as well as English) XopusForm  Microsoft Word, with assistance from IctectIctect

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39 StratML Quick Start Guide for MS Word UsersQuick Start Guide

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43 See alternate terms in StratML GlossaryGlossary

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48  Candidate Elements  Simplified Graphics  More Detailed Graphics

49 1)StakeholderStakeholder At least one Stakeholder of the performer type must be identified, although the named performer may be an organizational role rather than a particular individual. 2)MetricMetric At least one Objective must be included and a Metric should be associated with it. 3)OutcomeOutcome At least one desired Outcome should be specified, because no organization should exist solely for self-serving purposes. 4)OutputOutput The Outputs required to achieve the desired Outcome(s) should be specified. 5)InputInput The Inputs required to produce Outputs should be specified. 6)ProcessProcess The Processes required to produce Outputs and Outcomes should be specified.

50 InputsProcessesOutputsProcessesOutcomes Performance Plans & Reports: The Value Chain

51 InputNameDescriptionMetrics Measurement Dimension Number of Units Measurement Frequency OutputNameDescriptionMetrics Measurement Dimension Number of Units Measurement Frequency ProcessNameDescriptionMetrics Measurement Dimension Number of Units Measurement Frequency OutcomeNameDescriptionMetrics Measurement Dimension Number of Units Measurement Frequency

52 Metrics Measurement Dimension Unit Type Number of Units Number Type Measurement Frequency Time Unit Type Number of Units

53  Intended Purposes / Needed Applications  How You Can Help

54  Facilitate the sharing, referencing, indexing, discovery, linking, reuse, and analyses of the elements of strategic plans, including goal and objective statements as well as the names and descriptions of stakeholder groups and any other content commonly included in strategic plans.  Enable the concept of "strategic alignment" to be realized in literal linkages among goal and objective statements and all other records created by organizations in the routine course of their business processes.  Facilitate the discovery of potential performance partners who share common goals and objectives and/or either produce inputs needed or require outputs produced by the organization compiling the strategic plan.  Facilitate stakeholder feedback on strategic goals and objectives.

55  Facilitate updating and maintenance of discrete elements of strategic plans without requiring review and approval of the entire plan through bureaucratic channels, thereby helping to make the strategic planning process more agile and responsive to stakeholder feedback and changing circumstances, thus helping to overcome the tendency of strategic plans to become outdated "shelfware".  Reduce the needless time, effort, inconsistencies, and delays associated with maintaining data redundantly in myriad "stovepipe" systems rather than referencing the authoritative sources.  Enable agencies to comply with the provisions of subsections 202(b)(4) & (5) and 207(d) of the eGov Act, which respectively require agencies to:202(b)(4) & (5) 207(d)  Work together to link their performance goals to key groups, including citizens, businesses, and other governments, as well as internal Federal Government operations; and  Adopt open standards (e.g., StratML) enabling the organization and categorization of Government information in a way that is searchable electronically and interoperably across agencies.

56  As a manager in an organization, you will be able more efficiently and effectively to engage your employees, partners, and other stakeholders not only in crafting but also carrying out your strategic goals and objectives.  As an application developer or service provider, you will have the opportunity to leverage and extend the StratML to demonstrate your capabilities to more fully support your existing customers as well as to attract new customers. Having a standard vocabulary and schema for strategic plans will make it easier to develop such applications and services.

57  As a citizen and tax payer, you will be able to more easily discover, comment on, and participate in the establishment of the goals and objectives of agencies whose missions are of particular interest to you.  As a volunteer and/or contributor to charitable organizations, you will be able to more easily discover those who share your values and are pusuing objectives you consider to be worthy of priority for your support.

58  As a customer or investor, you will be able to review and provide feedback far more efficiently and effectively on the goals and objectives of companies that are truly customer focused and share their strategic plans openly.  To the degree that Part 2 is implemented and used, you will also be able to track and monitor the performance of organizations about whose goals you care.

59  In addition, Part 2 will enable vendors to identify their products and services as inputs required to produce outputs desired by customers in order to achieve their objectives. At the same time, consumers will be able to identify the qualities of such products and services they deem to be important. The effect will be to revolutionize the advertising and marketing paradigm, putting consumers in control and vastly reducing the needless time, effort, and cost of bringing suppliers and consumers together in the marketplace.  Finally, as an individual who chooses to lead a mission/goal- directed life, you will be able far more efficiently and effectively to engage those who share your values in the pursuit of objectives you hold in common. In that respect, the current social networking technologies are a mere shadow of what such services can become when they implement the StratML standard and begin to enable focus on the accomplishment of objectives (achievement of results rather than merely what we look like, whom we know, or what we happen to be doing at the moment.

60  Foster awareness of the StratML standard  Help specify Parts 2 & 3  Encourage organizations to maintain their plans in StratML  Convert some plans yourself  Encourage social networking sites to use StratML  Develop StratML applications and services

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