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:
Jason Lind is working on transforming into StratML Part 2 format IRS Form 990 data for tax-exempt organizations. He has created a queue for the data and Owen Ambur has drafted a proposed mapping of the data to StratML.
Now that AIIM's standards program is being reconstituted under the auspices of the 3D PDF Association, StratML Parts 1 & 2 will need to be reaffirmed through ANSI and ISO. While doing so should be a matter of formalities, the StratML Committee will have the opportunity to make changes and enhancements if desired. For example, now that both quantitative and qualitative performance indicators can be used together in StratML Part 2, the attribute enabling their typing as one or the other should be removed. Hopefully, that change can be accommodated as a technical correction. However, other proposals will be in order as well.
StratML Committee Performance Report for 2016 (SMLC2016)
Draft listings of:
StratML Glossary compiled by Owen Ambur using this XSD and stylesheet - Note the glossary is for informative purposes only. The authoritative names and defintions of the elements are contained in the schemas themselves and are available in the documentation for Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3.
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/Resources/Standards/AIIM_ISO_17469-1. The schema itself is freely available for usage by anyone who cares to so so:
Pending recruitment of enough nations to work on international standardization of Part 2, Perfomance Plans and Reports in the ISO processes, revisions were moved through the ANSI process. On January 19, 2017, ANSI approved revisions harmonizing Part 2 (ANSI/AIIM 22:2017) with the relatively minor changes made in Part 1 in the ISO process. In addition, the following enhancements were approved:
StratML Part 3, Additional Elements, was approved and published as an AIIM best practice (AIIM_BP_24-2014).
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.