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AGENDA

1.
NIEM Impact on Pharmaceutical Drug Monitoring

How do we enable prescription drug monitors to see across state lines?


2.
The NIEM Framework and Process

What common services, governance models, processes and tools are
provided by NIEM? What is NIEM
-
UML?

3.
NIEM Governance

How is NIEM governed? How does the federated domain governance
function? What are the different NIEM committees?

4.
NIEM Program Updates

What are next steps for the program
; NIEM
-
UML
and NIEM 3.0?
Updates on NIEM international adoption? How can NIEM State & Local
practitioners get involved?

2

NIEM
IMPACT

ON PHARMACEUTICAL

DRUG MONITORING

The Standard Prescription

Monitoring Information Exchange

3

0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Prescription Drugs (15.1 million)

Cocaine (5.9 mil.)

Hallucinogens


(4 mil.)

Inhalants (2.1 mil.)

Heroin (.3 mil.)

NIEM
IMPACT

ON PHARMACEUTICAL

DRUG MONITORING

NATIONWIDE DRUG ABUSE

From 1992
-
2003,

15.1 million Americans

abused prescription drugs.
That’s more than cocaine,
hallucinogens, inhalants,

and heroin
COMBINED
.

During the same period, there was a
150% INCREASE

in prescriptions written for controlled substances.

The brand cost of 4 mg of
Dilaudid

is $88.94 per 100.


The street value for the same amount is $10,000.
The demand is REAL.

4

1 in 5 teens are abusing

prescription drugs to get high.

40% of teens

believe that prescription drugs

are safer than illegal drugs.

29% of teens

believe that prescription pain
relievers are not addictive.

“You have young people getting pills for free from
the homes of family members and friends.”



-

John Walters, former White House drug czar

NIEM IMPACT ON PHARMACEUTICAL

DRUG MONITORING

5

> 0


.9%

1


2.9%

3


3.9%

4


7%

> 19%

Where CA Prescriptions Really Go

Prescription drug monitoring is the coming together of
pharmacy boards, health agencies, and law enforcement
to
monitor drug diversion
.

There are three facets to the problem

misuse, abuse, and
diversion

and three
players

prescribers, dispensers, and patients.

Pharmaceutical drug
abuse is crossing
state lines as
offenders realize the
gap in interstate
reporting.


As this map shows,
less than 20%


of prescriptions
written in California
were written for
California residents.

NIEM
IMPACT

ON PHARMACEUTICAL

DRUG MONITORING

6

NIEM
IMPACT

ON PHARMACEUTICAL

DRUG MONITORING

As diversion of prescription controlled substances and the
abuse involving these drugs continues to escalate, how can
we
improve interstate monitoring

of drug use?


How do we
enable prescription
drug
monitors to
see across state lines
?

7

Before NIEM, there was large gap in interstate reporting.

As abuse and diversion escalate,
law

enforcement and health practitioners


need a standardized, scalable solution

to share patient drug history.

The Standard
NIEM Prescription

Monitoring Program Information

Exchange

assists prescribers,

health agencies, and law

enforcement in identifying

potential abuse and diversion.

NIEM
IMPACT

ON PHARMACEUTICAL

DRUG MONITORING

8

NIEM IMPACT ON PHARMACEUTICAL

DRUG MONITORING

The Prescription Monitoring Program

uses
NIEM to empower connections
:

1,600,000

Prescribers

284,000

Pharmacists

73,000

Pharmacies

54

Boards of Pharmacy

18,000

Law Enforcement



Agencies

11,000

Substance Addiction



Treatment Programs

140

Consumer Protection



Agencies


This is a solution that the

50 states, Canada, and

Mexico can leverage.

This map identifies the status of Prescription Drug
Monitoring Programs (PDMPs)

9

THE NIEM

FRAMEWORK AND
PROCESS

What common services, governance models,
processes and tools are provided by NIEM?

10

Support Framework

Technical Framework

Community

NIEM connects
communities of people who share a common need to exchange information

in order to advance their missions, and provides a foundation for seamless information

exchange between federal, state, local, and tribal agencies. Much more than a data model,

NIEM offers an active user community as well as a technical and support framework.

Formal Governance
Processes

Online Repositories

Mission
-
Oriented Domains

Self
-
Managing

Domain Stewards

Data Model

XML Design Rules

Development Methodology

Predefined

Deliverables (IEPD)

Tools for Development

and Discovery

Established

Training Program

Implementation Support

Help Desk &

Knowledge Center

THE NIEM FRAMEWORK

11

Translation

Scope
-
of
-
NIEM

NIEM intentionally does not address
standardizing data inside

legacy systems.
NIEM

serves as a translation layer (providing a

common understanding) between and across disparate systems.

STANDARDIZING DATA MOVING ACROSS
SYSTEMS

INTERFACE

LEGACY

DATABASES

LEGACY

DATABASES

COMMONLY
FORMATTED
DATA

INTERFACE

12

Repeatable, Reusable Process

(Exchange Specification Lifecycle
)

Common Language

(Data Model Lifecycle)

Built and governed by the business users at
Federal, State, Local, Tribal and Private Sectors

THE NIEM LIFECYCLES

13

NIEM

GOVERNANCE

How is NIEM governed? How does the federated
domain governance function? What are the different
NIEM committees?

14

NIEM GOVERNING STRUCTURE

NIEM’s governing structure is comprised of

Federal, State, Local, Tribal and private organizations

NIEM is jointly managed at an executive level by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS),
Department of Justice (DOJ), and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Executive Steering Council

ESC

Executive Director

Deputy Director

NIEM PMO

NIEM Technical

Architecture Committee

NTAC

NIEM Business

Architecture Committee

NBAC

NIEM Communications &
Outreach Committee

NC&OC

15

WHO STEERS NIEM CURRENTLY?

Voting Members


Dept

of Justice


Dept

of Homeland Security


Dept

of Health and Human Services


Ex
-
Officio Members


Global Justice Information

Sharing Initiative


Office of Management and Budget


Program Manager, Information

Sharing Environment


NASCIO


Partners


Terrorist Screening Center


Dept

of Defense /
Dept

of Navy


Dept

of State, Consular Affairs (invited)

16

WHO GOVERNS NIEM DOMAINS?

Domain

Executive Steward

Justice

Global Justice (State & Local)

Screening

DHS/Screening Coordination Office

Immigration

DHS/Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), US Citizenship and
Immigration Services (USCIS)

Chem
/Bio/
Rad
/
Nuc

DHS/Domestic

Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO)

Maritime

DOD/Maritime

Domain Awareness (MDA)

Cyber

DHS/National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD)/Cyber

Security &
Communications (CS&C)

Children,

Youth &
Family Services

HHS/Administration

for Children and Families (ACF)

& DOJ (State & Local)

Emergency Management

DHS
/
FEMA, DHS/Science

& Technology (S&T)

Infrastructure Protection

DHS/NPPD

International Trade

DHS/Customs and Border Protection

(C
BP)

Biometrics

DHS/NPPD, National

Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)

Health

HHS/Office of the National Coordinator (ONC)

& HHS/Office of the Chief
Information Officer (OCIO)

Human Services

HHS/ACF

& HHS/ONC

Government Resource Management

General Services Administration (GSA)

17

NIEM PROGRAM UPDATES

What are next steps for the
program;
N
IEM
-
UML
and
NIEM 3.0? Updates on NIEM international adoption?
How can NIEM State & Local practitioners get
involved?

18

UML PROFILE FOR NIEM (V2.1 ALIGNMENT)

Objective of the NIEM
-
UML Profile

To allow modelers and developers to apply NIEM
-
UML with minimal effort in order to create new models or change
existing models and ultimately to produce NIEM MPD artifacts.

NIEM
-
UML Implementations


MagicDraw

NIEM
-
UML Plug
-
in


Open Source Implementation
(Under Development)

19

NIEM
-
UML


Subset of the Unified Modeling
Language (UML)


Set of UML constructs &
Stereotypes


Extends UML to represent NIEM
concepts


NIEM concepts are augmented
with NIEM
-
Platform mapping
information


NIEM Naming & Design Rules
enforced by leveraging the Object
Constraint Language


A valid NIEM
-
UML model will
produce a valid MPD

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NIEM Logical Concepts
Not

the XSD and NIEM Naming &
Design Rules Details


Platform Independent Model (PIM)
Profile


Common Profile


Model Package Description Profile


UML Tooling/Development
Environment

WHAT IS NIEM
-
UML?

LEARNING REQUIREMENTS?

`

`

NIEM 3.0 TIMELINE (13 MONTHS)

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

PRE
-
ALPHA
(19 weeks)

ALPHA 1

(5 weeks)

ALPHA 2

(10 weeks)

BETA

(8.5 weeks)

RC 1

(9 weeks)

3.0

(4 weeks)

REQUIREMENTS & PREPARATION PHASE

DEVELOPMENT & EXECUTION PHASE

Domain Update Requirements

& Harmonization
(3 months)

R
ELEASE

A
LPHA

1

R
ELEASE

B
ETA

R
ELEASE

RC 1

R
ELEASE

NIEM 3.0

KICKOFF

MEETING

R
ELEASE

A
LPHA

2

PMO

NBAC

NTAC

GTRI

Community

Alpha

1

Alpha

2

Beta

RC 1

RELEASE

AUDIENCE

90
-
DAY

D
EADLINE

21

Today

NIEM 3.0 HIGH
-
LEVEL BASELINE SCOPE *


Code List Decoupling & Updates


Optional Code List Complexity Solution


New Augmentation Solution


Integrate Latest Version of IC
-
ISM


Unify Reference & Content
-
Bearing
Elements


Ability to Subset
structures.xsd

and
appinfo.xsd


Conformance Target Declaration
Attributes in
appinfo.xsd


Local Terminology and Acronym
Capability in
appinfo.xsd


Resolved Architectural NIEM
Configuration Control Tool (NCCT)
Issues


Newly Identified Architectural NCCT
Issues


Domain Content Change Requests


NCCT Content Harmonization
Solutions


Newly Identified NCCT Content
Issues


TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE
ENHANCEMENTS AND BUG FIXES

HARMONIZED CONTENT, & DOMAIN
CONTENT CHANGE REQUESTS

NIEM.GOV TOOLS UPDATES


SSGT (Updates & NIEM
-
UML Alignment)


ConTesA


Code List Generator

1

2

3

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* Scope is subject to change

NASCIO NIEM POLICY ISSUANCE


In April 2011, the National Association of
State CIOs (NASCIO) issued a policy
statement of support recommending
participation and adoption of the NIEM and
provided state CIOs with background,
guidance and recommendations in
support of state government adoption
of NIEM to achieve effectiveness in
government through collaborative
information sharing.

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PROGRESS ON FEDERAL NIEM ADOPTION

Success of NIEM within the Departments’ of Justice, Homeland Security,
and Health and Human Services propelled growth of NIEM across the
Federal Government


Agency

Use of NIEM

Department of Agriculture

Committed to Use

Department of Defense

Committed
to Use

Department of Education

Committed to Use

Department of Energy

Committed to Use

Department of Health and Human Services

Committed to Use

Department of Homeland Security

Committed to Use

Department of Housing and Urban Development

Committed to Use

Department of Justice

Committed to Use

Department of Labor

Committed to Use

Department of State

Committed to Use

Department of the Interior

Committed to Use

Department of the Treasury

Committed to Use

Department of Transportation

Committed to Use

Department of Veterans Affairs

Committed to Use

Environmental Protection Agency

Further Evaluation Required

General Services Administration

Committed to Use

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Further Evaluation Required

National Archives and Records Administration

Committed
Use

National Science Foundation

Committed to Use

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Will Not Use

Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Committed
Use

Social Security Administration

Further Evaluation Required

Geospatial Line of Business

Will Not Use

Grants Management Line of Business

Further Evaluation Required

Financial Management Line of Business

Will Not Use

Human Resources Line of Business

Will Not Use

Committed
to
Use

Further
Evaluation
Required
-

Will
Not
Use

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MARCH 20 TESTIMONY TO HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS










"Although I am not testifying on behalf of NIEM today, I am
testifying in support of NIEM as it relates to any standards
contemplated by this legislation. The NIEM model is now being used
in many aspects of government around the country and not just
within the Justice domain …Because we in the courts deal with
matters that come before us from a range of other governmental
disciplines, we would hope that any standards developed in the child
support enforcement area would be developed using the NIEM
framework and dictionaries.“
















Craig Burlingame, CIO











Trial Court Information Services,










Massachusetts Court System

25

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES


Beyond the Border


North America Day


NIEM in Europe


26

VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

FEBRUARY 14
TH

2


3 P.M. EST

Agenda


Preview of 2013 NIEM highlights
Donna Roy


Progress on 3.0
Andrew Owen


Community engagement & growth
of the Human Services domain
Joe Bodmer and David Tabler


Overview of formal NIEM
adoption efforts across states &
territories
Doug Robinson


Achieving interoperability across
the Commonwealth of Virginia
through the use of NIEM
Joseph
Grubbs


Community Q&A

27

Great initiative. Count on my
active participation.

I’m registered!

We’re kicking off the new year with a Town
Hall, and you’re invited!

WE ARE NIEM
-
IFIED



Dedicated Map on NIEM.gov
(complete)


Outreach Campaign planned
for rollout in Q2FY13



NIEM users are the most credible
source for attesting to “the power of
NIEM!”

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TAKING ACTION

Help Us Define the Next NIEM Challenge

A large
-
scale need to connect people and organizations around a common mission, where
information is critical


Participate in NIEM Domains

12 NIEM Domains: Cyber, Biometrics, Maritime, CBRN, Screening, Intel, Immigration,
International Trade, Justice, Infrastructure Protection, Emergency Management, and Children,
Youth, & Family Services


Get Involved


Share Your Expertise

NIEM Committees, NIEM LinkedIn & Twitter Community, Discussion Forms on NIEM.gov

contact NIEM
at
information
@niem.gov

to discuss opportunitie.


Empower Your Team

Give your team the resources to adopt and use NIEM: Training and Tools


Apply For/Leverage Federal Grant Dollars

DHS and DOJ grant dollars can be applied for NIEM activities

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Information Sharing Environment:


Delivering Trust in Sharing

Building Trust with Privacy Principles

1.
Citizens, by U.S. law, have rights related to how the government uses their
information

2.
Federated democracy compounds this at State and Local level

3.
Government entities are expected to practice fair information principles in
their systems and processes

4.
Trusted Partners have expectations beyond basic protections provided to
citizens such as protection of law enforcement case data, proprietary
information, etc

5.
International protections and expectations may differ and are driven by
cultural variety

6.
Google and FaceBook's changing privacy policies are driving increased
consumer awareness

7.
Public at large has a higher expectation for lower risk and increased
protection from government....Much more than what they accept with social
media and consumer transactions

Privacy Act of 1974, Fair Information Principles, International
Privacy Guidelines, and increased social awareness are drivers for
building IT systems with trust…


7

Building a Network of Trust for
Sharing

1.
How do I know who I am sharing with?


2.
Is the environment secure?


3.
Is my personal information safe?


4.
When I share, how do I know it won't be accessed beyond my
expectations?


5.
How and when can I share outside of my COI or group of
associates?

Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN)


HSIN is a web
-
based knowledge management tool
designed to increase collaboration between:

2

UNCLASSIFIED FOUO


Federal,


State,


Local,


Tribal,


Territorial,


Private sector,


International


300+ Million People


18,000 Organizations


750,000+ Law Enforcement Officers


250,000

911 Operators


1.2 Million Firefighters


2.2 Million Security Officers


100,000 Probation/ Parole Officers

* Numbers are estimates

UNCLASSIFIED FOUO

4

Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN
)

Sharing:


Strong identity
information… know
who is on the
platform, what their
role or purpose for
sharing, and ensure a
safe entry into the
system each time…




Safeguarding:

Large network of
stakeholders with
expectations of trust
in appropriate use of
data, and identity of
other users.


All data must be
safeguarded and
used appropriately.





HSIN Identity Principles

Account Management


Single account for trusted partners

Identity Proofing


Verified at account provisioning,
through automated or manual
methods

Credential Store


Ability to use non HSIN credentials
as well as offer HSIN credentials for
reuse

Strong Authentication


Two factor authentication for
getting in.
...

Federation


Ability to federate across trusted
partners with similar capabilities

5

HSIN Information Principles

Access Management


Access decision determined by
originator

Tagging


Minimum tagging required for
safeguarding

Shared Value Ratings


Allow comments and ratings on
value of information

Stewardship


Community of interest governed

Share Risk


Safeguarding against inappropriate
use is everyone's responsibility

5

UNCLASSIFIED FOUO

6

Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN
)

SAML

Security Assertion Markup
Language (SAML) is an XML
-
based open standard for
exchanging authentication and
authorization data

GFIPM

Global Federated Identity and
Privilege Management
(GFIPM) framework is an XML

based suite of technical
standards, which are built on
the Security Assertion Markup
Language (SAML) to create
common understanding of
user attributes across law
enforcement and public safety
communities

XACML

eXtensible Access Control
Markup Language (XACML)
defines access control policy
language implemented in XML
and a processing model
describing how to evaluate
authorization requests
according to the rules defined

in policies

NIEM

National Information
Exchange Model is an XML
-
based open standard for
providing a commonly
understood way to describe
data across law enforcement
and public safety communities

HSIN Interoperability Standards

The combination of several XML based standards present a recipe for
interoperability that support the goals for sharing and safeguarding