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"Bullard, Claude L (Len)" wrote:
> >From the homeland security perspectives, authorization, provisioning, etc.
> play a very important role as does Information Resource Management (aka,
> DRM). So far, semantic web technologies don't.
Mike Daconta has just signed on as the new DHS Metadata Manager, so my
guess is that this may change.
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> It is possible they
> could in terms of link aggregation and directory services, but not
> so far. RSS could play a role but not so far. XML is playing a
> major role. The cheap rendering technologies and the use of XML-based
> messaging is now and near-term. The reapplication of business-intelligence
> systems to these systems is almost certain. XACML can play a role but that
> decision gets made in the halls of the core technology providers (think
> Microsoft, Sun, IBM, Oracle).
> Keep in mind, the procurement cycle determines what becomes commercially
> available in the near to medium term. The procurement cycle for public
> safety systems (first responder, local and State agency intelligence
> gathering, analysis and dissemination, etc.) is about 12 years. These
> are late adopter clients and the use of the public Internet is still
> controversial although the use of private networks with Internet
> technologies is assured.
> From: Diego M. Gonzalez [mailto:email@example.com]
> My comment about future of XACML requires some clarification. I was writing
> about the long term future of XACML, of course semantic web technologies
> requires too much work to finish them and OWL-S is still under discussion.
> I think it is very important related to the WebServices technologies and
> standards. So I agree with Joseph in XACML brighter future.
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