Government and public sector models

Geonation government and public sector models

Data models play a crucial role in the government and public sector by facilitating efficient decision-making, promoting transparency, and enhancing overall governance. By employing data models, government entities can organize and structure vast amounts of information, enabling a comprehensive understanding of complex systems, such as healthcare, transportation, and public safety. These models help policymakers assess the potential impact of different strategies and policies, anticipate future trends, and allocate resources effectively. Standard data methods, on the other hand, provide a common framework for data collection, analysis, and reporting, ensuring consistency and comparability across various departments and agencies. This standardization promotes interoperability, enhances data quality, and allows for the seamless exchange of information, fostering collaboration and evidence-based decision-making within the government and public sector.

National Information Exchange Model

Acronym:  NIEM

Organisation responsible: A partnership of the U.S. Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Health and Human Services

Official web page:  https://niemopen.org/

Description:  A common data model and framework used for sharing information between different government agencies and organizations. NIEM provides a standard way to define data elements, business processes, and information exchanges, ensuring interoperability and data consistency.

Current Version: 5.2 (December 23, 2022)

Schema location:  https://technical.buildingsmart.org/standards/ifc/ifc-schema-specifications/

Standard: ISO 16739-1:2018

Type of data:  XML / Reference data

Primary purpose :  Structured data storage

API available:  Not available

License details: Open data

Data model (Power BI):  Available on request

Criminal Justice Information System

Acronym: CJIS

Organisation responsible:  NIEM

Official web page:  https://niemopen.org/

Description:  A common data model and framework used for sharing information between different government agencies and organizations. NIEM provides a standard way to define data elements, business processes, and information exchanges, ensuring interoperability and data consistency.

Current Version: 5.2 (December 23, 2022)

Schema location:  https://technical.buildingsmart.org/standards/ifc/ifc-schema-specifications/

Standard: ISO 16739-1:2018

Type of data:  XML / Reference data

Primary purpose :  Structured data storage

API available:  Not available

License details: Open data

Data model (Power BI):  Available on request

Need help with data models, ontologies, metadata management, asset systems or data classification frameworks?

Scroll to Top