Presentation on theme: "1.A standardized format that identifies the types of information required or allowed in a particular document or exchange. 2.Data exchange templates contain."— Presentation transcript:
1.A standardized format that identifies the types of information required or allowed in a particular document or exchange. 2.Data exchange templates contain no data but instead define the format for exchange according to data standards and trading partner agreements. 3.Our initial data exchange may include a place to list data in the DET. What is a Data Exchange Template? (DET)
1.To provide the framework and technical tools to support data sharing across disparate systems. 2.To clearly define what is to be shared. 3.This effort will begin with a focus on sharing the data for assessment of three VSP parameters. A DET is required for any standardized data sharing system Why Adopt a DET?
4.Adoption of the DET will be a catalyst to improve the status and functionality of agency information systems. 5.Following a DET eliminates duplication of effort to take data from different sources and convert them into a common format. Basis of eventual data sharing agreements Why Adopt a DET?
Transfer consistent data for all populations whether over the internet, , or CD/DVD/thumb drive Make data available in a common format with supporting information Allows local or agency data collection and management while sharing the data with regional interests in a single uniform format Data Sharing Mechanism Implementing a DET
1.Map the data set to the data elements in the DET 2.Assemble information packets for key indicators in the DET format 3.Share data with co-managers either directly or over the internet Data Transfer Mechanism Using the DET
A standardized format assures that all data are similar and comparable regardless of source or end user. Data Sharing StreamNet/CRITFC x x yz y z State/Tribe Z Z SOTR/BPA/NPCC NOAA x x yz y z Internal System DET transformation Transfer Mechanism Client How does the DET facilitate data sharing?