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Revised Cross Industry Delivery Project

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Revised Cross Industry Delivery Project

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UK / DE / JP
StatusIn development
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Project Purpose

The project is to revise the function of the current Cross Industry Despatch and Receive Process which was published by UN/CEFACT in 2009. The purpose of the project is to add the Receive Process (Cross Industry Receiving Advice) for which requirements were to be included in a future version of the BRS including the development of the message structure.

Project Scope

The scope of the project is to exchange information from one party to another party for the delivery supply chain management. Messages used in the delivery supply chain management are the despatch advice and the receiving advice. Messages can be used by any organizations involved in the delivery supply chain, including SMEs.

Project Deliverables

The project deliverables are: • Deliverable 1: A revised Business Requirements Specification (BRS) document containing Business Process Models covering electronic business process of despatch and receive • Deliverable 2: CCBDA message structures for the despatch and receive process, describing the CCBDA message structures (as class diagrams) for the business transactions despatch advice and receiving advice • Deliverable 3: Reference BIEs needed, including CCs for the CCL • Deliverable 4: XML Schemas to implement the CCBDA message structures for the business transactions

Exit Criteria

The exit criteria will be: • Exit Criteria for Deliv. 1: Completed revised BRS Public review and logs showing how comments have been addressed • Exit Criteria for Deliv. 2: Completed CCBDA message structures ready for publication • Exit Criteria for Deliv. 3: BIEs and CCs integrated into the CCL as per the BRS and CCBDA • Exit Criteria for Deliv. 4: Completed XML Schemas ready for publication

Project Team Membership and Required Functional Expertise

Membership is open to UN/CEFACT experts with broad knowledge in the area of: standards production and awareness of implementer’s expectations, the functions of UN/CEFACT, and its groups. In addition, Heads of Delegations may invite technical experts from their constituency to participate in the work. Experts are expected to contribute to the work based solely on their expertise and to comply with the UN/CEFACT Code of Conduct and Ethics and the policy on Intellectual Property Rights.

Geographical Focus

The geographical focus of the project is global.

Initial Contributions

The following contributions are submitted as part of this proposal. It is understood that these contributions are only for consideration by the Project Team and that other participants may submit additional contributions in order to ensure that as much information as possible is obtained from those with expertise and a material interest in the project. It is also understood that the Project Team may choose to adopt one or more of these contributions “as is”. List any initial contributions: • Business Requirement Specification (BRS) Cross Industry Despatch and Receive Process 1.00.13, issued February 2009. • Requirement Mapping Specification (RSM) Cross Industry Delivery Process v2.00.00, issued September 2010. • Requirement Mapping Specification (RSM) CCBDA Cross Industry Delivery Process v3.0, issued June 2017. • Harmonized BIEs of UN/CEFACT CCL. • Published SCRDM, based on the latest CCL. • Published document-centric Despatch XML schemas, based on the latest CCL. • Procedures for Reference Data Model (RDM) & Associated Artefacts Publication, draft v1.0.0.9. • Requirement Mapping Specification (RSM) Boost Aero Industries BAI v2.10 b CI Receipt Advice UN/CEFACT CCL09B •

Resource Requirements

Participants in the project shall provide resources for their own participation. The existence and functioning of the project shall not require any additional resources from the UNECE secretariat. Any additional request: Establishing and maintaining the project team's Web site pages with appropriate links, document download facilities, and items of interest