StratML Part 2 extends Part 1 to include the basic, minumum additional elements required for performance plans and reports, including stakeholder roles and performance indicators, in order to:
On May 1, at the suggestion of Chris Fox, Owen Ambur edited the schema for Part 2 to expand the documentation of the Value Chain, Relationships, and Relationship types to clarify their intended usage. He also expanded the documentation of the Organization, Source and Identifier elements.
On April 21, at the suggestion of Michael Taylor, Owen Ambur began documenting StratML use cases in StratML Part 1 format.
The next StratML Committee teleconference will be scheduled after the AIIM conference has concluded at the end of April. In the meantime, a ballot has been issued to the committee members to move the revisions to Part 2 into the ANSI approval process, with votes due by May 4.
Pending recruitment of enough nations to work on international standardization of Part 2 in the ISO processes, the StratML Committee is moving forward with the next revision in the ANSI process.
StratML Committee Performance Plan for 2016 (SMLC2016)
StratML Part 1, Strategic Plans, was published as an international standard (ISO 17469-1) on February 11, 2015, and is available for purchase from ANSI. It is available for download by AIIM members at http://www.aiim.org/Research-and-Publications/Standards/Catalog,
StratML Part 2, Perfomance Plans and Reports, was approved as an American national standard on August 8, 2011, and published as ANSI/AIIM 22:2011. Now that Part 1 has been approved as an international (ISO) standard, Part 2 will be harmonized with the relatively minor changes made in Part 1 and additional enhancements will be considered in the ANSI revision process.
StratML Part 3, Additional Elements, has been approved and published as an AIIM best practice (AIIM-BP-24-2014). It is now available to AIIM professional members as a benefit of membership and will soon be made available for sale to non-members. The schema itself is freely available for anyone who chooses to use it.
Since StratML documents are plain text (XML) documents posted on the public Web, they are readily available for indexing by the search engines, like Google, albeit on an uncertain schedule. Thus, the major search engine indices may not contain the most recent submissions.