ANSI/AIIM StratML Specifications
StratML is a standard set specified by the international Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), and by
the American National Standard Intitute
(ANSI), often referred to collectively as ANSI/AIIM.
XML Schema Specifications
The ANSI/AIIM StratML standard set is primarily defined by XML Schema that determine, define, and limit the content structures
contained in StratML documents.
The ANSI/AIIM StratML standards are a multi-part standard set with currently 3 planned or implemented parts.
- Part1: Called "StrategicPlan", StratML Part1 is designed as a simple standards for strategy plans
- Part2: Called "PerformancePlanOrReport", and supporting all of StratML Part1, as well as additional strategic plan information,
StratML Part2 also allows organizations to define performance plans, including performance indicators and target measurements,
as well as performance reports with actual measurements that can be compared and evaluated against target measurements
- Part3: StratML Part3 is currently in development and should add to StratML Part2, everything required to fully support the HR2142
specifications, from the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act of 2010 (H.R. 2142), (or "GPRA Modernization
Act of 2010"), enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress, with final
passage on 2010-12-21
For convenience, reference, and download, the ANSI/AIIM StratML document XML Schema for StratML Part1 and Part2, can be accessed
and downloaded from the following links:
More information is also also available from other sections of the StratML portal, as well as by requesting to StratML at DNAOS.com", where questions, comments, and suggestions are appreciated and answered.