Core Person Vocabulary 0.2

7 years ago

The Core Person Vocabulary is a simplified, reusable and extensible data model that captures the fundamental characteristics of a person.

This release of the Core Person Vocabulary was developed between November 2011 and January 2012 by a multi disciplinary Working Group consisting of three Task Forces, one for each Vocabulary, which makes a total of 67 people from 21 countries, 18 EU and 3 non-EU countries (USA, South-Africa and Croatia), and some EU Institutions. It contains the combined model of a Core BusinessCore Location and Core Person

Public review process

From 17 February till 16 March, the Core Person Specification is open for public review. Comments can be posted in the forum topic that is therefore provided. All comments will be discussed by the Working Group in March. Resolutions of those issues will be shared on Joinup, and will lead to a final version of the specification that will be submitted for endorsement by the Member States participating in the ISA² programme.