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Bartho Dröge Executive Architect Public Sector 27 januari 2011. Slimmere Informatie Uitwisseling Informatie uitwisseling vanuit een Europees Perspectief. Inhoud van deze presentatie. Europese initiatieven: De EU Digitale Agenda 2010-2020 European Interoperability Framework (EIF) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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IBM Presentations: Smart Planet Template27 januari 2011
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European Interoperability Framework (EIF)
Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM
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European Interoperability Framework (EIF)
Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM
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We, the ministers responsible for e-Government policy of the
EU member states, the candidate countries and the EFTA countries have approved […]
By 2015, policy priorities shall be achieved:
Citizens and businesses are empowered by e-Government services
designed around users‘ needs and developed with third parties as well as by increased access to public information, strengthened transparency and effective means for involvement […]
Mobility in the Single Market is reinforced by seamless e-Government services
for the setting up and running of a business and for studying, working, residing and retiring anywhere in the EU
Efficiency and effectiveness is enabled by a constant effort to use e-Government to reduce the administrative burden, improve organisational processes and promote a sustainable low-carbon economy
The implementation of the policy priorities is made possible
by appropriate key enablers and legal and technical preconditions.
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50% shop online
20% buy cross-borders
Openess and Interoperability
Make better use of these standards
Ensure interoperability even in absence of standards
Online Trust and Security
European Interoperability Framework (EIF)
Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM
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Semantic Interoperability (Information Standards – Metadata Models)
Organizational Interoperability (Interaction Standards – Process Coherence)
Politcal Interoperability (Harmonization of National Legislations)
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CIP ICT-PSP Project EPIC: Orchestration of Smart Services
Analyzing and managing these interconnected and interdependent models creates differentiating business value for clients. IBM is active member and can support those initiatives.
Orchestrating the Smarter Planet
Behavioral marketing
Cyber security
Trend
Activity
Activity
Business Models
Decision Models
European Interoperability Framework (EIF)
Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM
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Important Current Projects
European eHealth Project www.epsos.eu Electronic patient record systems, with their initial focus on both patient summary/ emergency data sets and medication record/ePrescribing solutions, are being driven forward by many EU member states.
www.peppol.eu Both governments and their suppliers will benefit from more efficient, harmonised Electronic procurement and invoicing processes. The project will also be a catalyst for introducing eBusiness in companies and for speeding up the overall uptake of new technologies.
www.eu-spocs.eu SPOCS aims at providing seamless simple procedures online for cross-border services to set up a business in another EU country in the context of the Services Directive. The project builds on solutions developed in Member States as they implement the Services Directive.
www.eid-stork.eu The aim of the STORK project is to establish a European eID Interoperability Platform that will allow citizens to establish new e-relations across borders, just by presenting their national eID.
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The broader PEPPOL Vision is to enable Public eProcurement in Europe just exchanging electronic documents for all procurement processes
Longer Term Vision of PEPPOL
Each company of any size, including
specifically Small/Medium Enterprises
Authority of any EU Member State and
perform all processes with electronic
documents with electronic signature for:
Enterprise Qualification (Sourcing)
Example: PEPPOL Infrastructure – high level
The aim of PEPPOL is not to replace existing country specific e-procurement systems, but instead to allow those networks to be integrated into the PEPPOL network in order to allow cross border procurement
In addition, large companies or public sector agencies many decide to set up their own access point. Anyone can set up an access point as long as they are willing to sign a document stating that they are willing and able to comply with certain standards.
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European Interoperability Framework (EIF)
Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM
XBRL door Pascal Coenen
IT Hardware and Operations Infrastructure
Industry Standards, Data and Process Models
Interfaces and Adapters
Government Framework Software Foundation
IBM Government Industry Framework
Provide industry and subject matter expertise, applications and tools
Provide a framework that combines middleware capabilities with pre-built extensions and accelerators to deliver speed, flexibility, and choice while reducing cost and risk!
Provide a supporting infrastructure services for a robust, scalable production environment
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The Government Industry Framework addresses key government pain points across multiple domains and scenarios
Metropolitan Transportation & Roads
Safety and Security
Integrated Urban Infrastructure
Government Framework Software Foundation
IBM Government Industry Framework
The Social Services and Social Security domain helps you optimize citizen-centered experiences by connecting people to programs based on individual needs
The Safety and Security domain enables you to improve border security, public safety, and emergency response through intelligence and collaboration
The Tax and Revenue Management domain empowers you to leverage business intelligence to improve insight and elevate performance with visibility and control
The Intelligent Transportation domain allows you to modernize transportation with integrated traffic control, road usage charging, and integrated fare management
The Integrated Urban Infrastructure domain helps you create sustainable cities with effective management of resources and carbon footprint
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Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM
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- What is XBRL
- And what XBRL solutions are on the market today
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What is XBRL
can expect the following advantages:
XBRL facilitates re-use
XBRL decreases costs related to data analysis
XBRL reduces overall time of financial reporting
XBRL is a global standard designed to streamline the production and consumption of business reports and financial data (collection, validation, publication, and analysis)
So firstly what is XBRL,
Well XBRL stands for eXtensible Business Reporting Language. It is an open source language based on XML, designed to communicate financial information. The goal of XBRL is to provide one financial data standard for business reports. Currently, organizations and agencies are faced with significant costs related to financial reporting and compliancy reporting. Duplicate information needs to be send to several financial organizations and regulatory institutions. In absence of a standard financial reporting language all these receiving organizations are forced to manually convert and analyze different data sources which cost a lot of time & money. XBRL aims to reduce the administrative burden of governmental agencies and businesses.
XBRL represents a standard method of communicating financial information. The universal acceptance of XBRL as the financial reporting language can have several benefits:
First of all XBRL facilitates re-use: for instance, in Australia businesses can create one financial report in XBRL and upload it to a shared services gateway. Several governmental agencies are able to use this one report which reduces the administrative burden of Australian businesses. It is estimated that this can save Australian businesses up to 800 million dollar annually.
Secondly, XBRL improves data quality. Currently receivers of financial data obtain financial statements in various formats, paper, pdf & excel. In order to use this data, government agencies and investment organizations need to manually convert the data. With XBRL the conversion process is unnecessary, which deceases the chance of making errors manually converting and improving overall data quality.
XBRL also decreases costs related to data analysis. With XBRL, government institutions, investment companies and credit assessment organizations can easily understand, analyze and compare organizations without the use of manual conversion, decreasing costs.
Lastly XBRL reduces overall time of financial reporting: You need to map the data entries once to the relevant XBRL taxonomy, yet from that point on you can extract the required data with one push of a bottom, reducing the reporting time.
So these are some of the benefits of XBRL, we will now move on to some current XBRL projects.
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The Dutch Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Program
Main goal of reducing the compliancy reporting burden for Dutch businesses
Able to receive XBRL reports through a central portal that is used by several agencies
Key institutions; Kamer van Koophandel, Belastingdienst & CBS are able to receive reports in XBRL format
It is the program’s intention to publish received Chamber of Commerce XBRL reports
Program also focuses on internal use, facilitating the communication of data between governmental institutions
One of the major XBRL initiatives is the Dutch Standard Business Reporting Program. This is currently the largest XBRL project in the Netherlands, with the goal of enabling businesses to report their financial statements in XBRL to the Dutch government. The SBR program has developed the Dutch Taxonomy, which is the data dictionary which explains the required data entries required when posting annual statements, tax reports and statistical information to the CBS.
Next to this, the Dutch government is implementing the use of XBRL internally, so that for example provinces can report information to the central government in XBRL.
Currently there are three key institutions that are able to receive reporting in XBRL; Kamer van Koophandel, Belastingdienst & CBS.
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The Dutch Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Program
The following reports can already be transferred to the Dutch government in XBRL
Aangifte Omzetbelasting (Belastingdienst) 
Winstaangifte Inkomensbelasting (Belastingdienst)
Jaarstatistiek (CBS) 
Jaarrekening  (Kamer van Koophandel) 
Kredietrapportages (Banken)
On September 2010 the Dutch Tax Office made XBRL the mandatory standard for reporting “verkorte aangiften vennootschapbelasting”.
Here you can see which reports can be send to the various government institutions. Currently, the Dutch government is able to receive these financial reports in XBRL, yet it is not mandatory for all reports to use the XBRL standard yet some Tax reports such as the verkorte aangifte vennootschapbelasting needs to be send in XBRL format.
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Participating agencies:
The Treasury
Australian Tax Office
Estimated annual savings of $795 million to Australian businesses
In 2008 IBM was awarded the contract to design and create the Core Services IT platform
Delivery successfully completed 01-07-2010
Financial reporting to government currently places a significant cost burden on business. Governments require businesses to report financial information for many different purposes. As a result, businesses have to report the same information multiple times to government agencies. An Australian taskforce with the objective to reduce regulatory burdens on Australian businesses has therefore initiated the Australian SBR program.
This program is the largest XBRL project in the world. Just as the Dutch SBR program, several governmental institutions are participating in this project. It is estimated that with XBRL, the annual compliancy burden for Australian businesses could decrease up to 800 million dollar annually. For this program IBM has designing and creating the Core Service IT platform for the program which has been completed in July 2010 and currently operational.
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Information modeling
Automate the processes of data collection, eg different accounting systems
Mapping and transformation tools
Instance creation, single and grouped report production,
XBRL processing
Report editing
Data Pattern Analysis
The Australian Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Program
This a an overview of the IBM involvement in the SBR program. The SBR core services IT platform is one of the five critical components of the SBR program that integrates the various government agencies with Australian businesses. As time for this presentation is limited, I will not focus specifically on this solution as the slides gives a main overview of the scope of the implementation.
Systems integration
Data extraction
Economic and Monetary Union reporting
to the Central Bureau of Statistics
After a initial learning curve total reporting time started to decrease
Research showed a 25% drop in average reporting time
Source: Impact of eXtensible Business Reporting Language on the administrative burden of organizations, Deliotte 2007
The Dutch Water Boards are responsible for the water management in the Netherlands and were one of the pioneers in implementing XBRL. The Dutch Water Boards need to create Economic and Monetary Union reports for the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS). In 2003 the Dutch Water Boards decided to switch to XBRL reporting and the CBS started to work on the taxonomy. 10 agencies participated in a study with 5 reporting with spreadsheets and 5 other agencies with XBRL. After an initial learning curve XBRL improved the overall time of reporting. Overall a 25% drop in average reporting time was registered, which indicates that XBRL can reduce the overall administrative burden within governmental agencies and save money. Currently all 48 Dutch Water Boards have switched to XBRL reporting.
More information:
http://www.xbrl.org/nmpxbrl.aspx?id=96
Clarity FSR
Receiving & Validating XBRL reports:
CoreFiling True North Solutions
What are some current XBRL solutions?
When successfully exchanging financial information in XBRL you have solutions from a sender point of view; creating and publishing XBRL report and you have solutions in the receivers point of view of collecting & validating XBRL reports.
For creating XBRL reports there are various software suites that have XBRL functionality.
First of all, IBM has entered a strategic alliance with Semansys; a leading vendor in XBRL software solutions. The main focus of the alliance was to bring XBRL functionality to Cognos 8 Controller. Users can now create and send XBRL reports with Cognos 8 Controller. This Symansys XBRL reporter module is able to extract data directly from Cognos 8 Controller and use this data in creating the XBRL document.
A second XBRL software solutions comes from Clarity Systems. Embedded within Clarity FSR is XBRL functionality that enables users to obtain their financial data directly from their general ledger, link that data with the relevant taxonomy and create XBRL reports. With Clarity FSR the data is in direct contact with the source data creating a single version of the truth.
From a receiver point of view, CoreFiling can offer solutions to process, validate and transform XBRL reports.
True North solutions can verify it a received XBRL report is valid since it confirms if both the instance document and the taxonomy.
Business
Business
Citizen
Citizen
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Administration, Business, Citizen
Administration, Business, Citizen