Many of the documents in this listing were transformed on February 8, 2010, by Art Colman of Drybridge Consulting to conform to the final version of the schema specified in
ANSI/AIIM 21:2009. The exceptions are those whose URLs contain carmel, dick, cusson, oxygen or infopath in the file paths. Those that conform to the international
(ISO 17469-1) version of the schema have "iso" in their pathnames. To facilitate indexing by others, the URLs for all of these documents are available in sitemap format here.
Kranthi Kiran Pulluru and Owen Ambur are exploring prospects for extending ThougthFlow to provide a StratML query service. The draft technical development plan can be openned, edited, and saved locally by clicking on
this link, which opens the draft in the Part 2 XForm.
Please note that this collection is prototypical in nature. It is our hope and expectation that organizations will begin maintaining their own plans and reports in StratML format
on their own websites and that this listing will eventually be supplanted by far more usable indices hosted by various service providers for the benefit of myriad communities of
interest/practice. Hopefully, those services will be interoperable and can be used interchangeably to discover relevant goals, objectives, stakeholders, and prospective performance partners.
In the case of U.S. federal agencies, section 2 and section 10
of the GPRA Modernization Act (GPRAMA) require them to publish their plans and reports in machine-readable format, like StratML, and that is also good practice for other organizations
whose plans should be available to the public. The most recent updates to their plans are available below.