[Ccsds-omg-liaison] OMG's San Diego Technical Meeting

Adrian J. Hooke adrian.j.hooke at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Feb 13 17:17:08 EST 2007

OMG Technical Meeting
San Diego, CA at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla
March 26-30, 2007


During Information Days, OMG members and special guests give presentations 
related to their particular areas of standards development work to both OMG 
members and non-members. This work is at the cutting edge of technology. 
Attend an Information Day to learn about future standards directions and 
how you and your organization can participate and influence our standards. 
For more information, including registration details and full agendas, 
please visit 

Architecture-Driven Modernization (ADM) - Information Days
San Diego, CA | Tuesday, March 27 and Wednesday, March 28

The ADM Task Force has assembled experts from across the modernization 
industry to present case studies, the latest progress on standards and a 
wide array of modernization solutions. Day one offers a series of case 
studies in presentation and panel discussion format. Day one also includes 
an update on the latest OMG modernization standards and work in progress as 
well as discussions on the role of modernization in software assurance and 
related fields. Day two provides the most comprehensive cross-section of 
solution provider updates ever assembled in one room. Major tool and 
solution providers deliver overviews and demonstrations of modernization 
solutions. Join us in San Diego and build your base of knowledge about 
architecture-driven modernization.

ORCA C-GRID Information Day
San Diego, CA | Wednesday, March 28

The Global Regulatory Information Database: A Knowledge Utility for GRC 
In 2005, the Object Management Group (OMG) launched new initiatives to 
develop resources that would help the industry cope with increasing global 
regulatory compliance management burdens. This event provides an 
introduction to and overview of the RC-DSIG Standards Committee; the OMG 
Regulatory Compliance Alliance (ORCA); and the Global Regulatory 
Information Database (C-GRID) - an open resource for Governance, Risk 
Management and Compliance, for GRC, professionals.

Participants will learn:
    * How OMG standards support a new generation of GRC-oriented enterprise 
    * How the CGRID can be used by GRC officers at end-user firms
    * How and when the CGRID can be integrated with other enterprise 
products to form the basis of a compliance-oriented solution
    * How to model and map controls, standards, and frameworks to measure 
the impact of regulatory requirements

OMG SPAWAR Information Day
Meeting Future Critical Information Needs
San Diego, CA | Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Representatives from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in San 
Diego, along with OMG members, will present an Information Day on 
Wednesday, March 28. The Navy and Department of Defense have been working 
towards implementing an open, networked service-oriented architecture 
environment that leverages open standards. The SPAWAR Information Day will 
focus on the need for the increased use of open standards, and will include 
a brief on a real world application of open standards from Raytheon and a 
discussion on how to assess and track compliance to the standards. The 
Information Day will then close with brief tutorials on three topics: 
Service-oriented Architecture, the Model Driven Architecture standard, and 
the Data Distribution Service standard.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego (SSC San Diego) is the 
U.S. Navy's research, development, test and evaluation, engineering and 
fleet support center for command, control and communication systems and 
ocean surveillance. SSC San Diego provides information resources to support 
the joint warfighter in mission execution and force protection. The Center 
employs 3,400 civilian and military personnel, the majority of them 
engineers, scientists and technicians developing technology to meet the 
Navy's information requirements of the future and providing Fleet support 
to keep current information systems running.

More Information
To find out what each group will be working on, check the Task Force 
agendas, which are posted on the OMG website at 
<http://www.omg.org/agendas>http://www.omg.org/agendas two weeks before the 
meeting, or ask the chair over the Task Force email list. (If your company 
is an OMG member and you're not on the email list, send a request to 
<mailto:request at omg.org>mailto:request at omg.org to be added.)

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