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Mapping Information Processes at House of Representatives

Talk, was published by Gabriel Hopmans at 2011-01-24

We present the ongoing work: several data sources have been integrated into a single-access application showing the status of a bill, links to relevant documents, and phases in the law making process.

In 2007, the Norwegian Parliament renewed their portal and used Topic Maps so that users would be able to quickly find publications and information connected to a bill (proposed law). This inspired the Dutch House of Representatives to start a Topic Maps pilot project in 2009 with the same goals. We present the ongoing work: several data sources have been integrated into a single-access application showing the status of a bill, links to relevant documents, and phases in the law making process.

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Gabriel Hopmans

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Gabriel is project leader of TopicView.

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