Business Plan Workgroup - Requirements Page (click here)
NOTE: See weekly agendas and meeting notes down this page
The meeting focused on some discussion from Steve Wheat and he reiterated the potential approaches to the registry, e.g. central registry with internal controls, central registry with distributed control architecture, peer to peer. There are other possible options, however the business plan needs to define requirements in order to help the tech team determine the right approach. We created a new Business Plan Workgroup – requirements page on the wiki. This page is for the workgroup or anyone that would like to enter business requirements. We decided that we have to define requirement first – get them listed – then provide user stories behind the business requirements. We talked about two levels of requirements – one by entity, e.g. institutions, non profit or govt agencies, associations, software vendors and PESC. The other level was then users within those entities, i.e. IT staff, registrars within the entity, administrators, students, etc. We asked for Business Plan workgroup members to begin entry of business requirements on the wiki so we can begin discussion on them at our next meeting on February 3, 2010 at 2:00 PM EST (see wiki page for call details) Finally, we indicated we would like to have a draft of the business case ready for review by the spring PESC summit in April. I have posted these minutes on the wiki page as well. Please let me know if you have any questions and don¿t forget our next meeting is this Wednesday Feb. 3 at 2 PM EST.
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February 3, 2010 Agenda & Meeting NOTES: