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1st Interoperability Summit Series
A terrific Success

Consortia Gather to Collaborate on Specification Development

With the organizations listed below attending and actively participating the first Interoperability Summit Series was a terrific success.  


You can view the agendas of the 2001 and 2002 meetings.  Presentations are linked off of their titles.


The Interoperability Summit Series will be occurring twice annually. For future information on the upcoming events please email Kevin Loughry at  or keep checking this page.

Attending Companies and Organizations:

ACORD AIIM International Air Transport Association AM Investment Ltd.
ANSI Authoria, Inc Avance Systems Ltd Commerce One, Inc.
e-envoy (UK) Defense Finance and Accounting Service Delly Computers Nigeria Limited Deltek Systems, Inc
DIMHRS FESPAWA FGM, Inc. Fitability Systems, LLC
Fujitsu Ltd. Future Component Solution General Services Administration HP Labs
Hewlett-Packard Hitachi Software HR-XML Consortium Hypergrove Engineering
IBMatrix Identitech, Inc. Intel Corporation KnowledgePoint
KPMG Financial Lominger Limited, Inc. Marsh, Inc. MITRE
NASA netAccount AS New Times Corporation NIST
Nokia Research Center OASIS Object Management Group Objective Technology Group
OUSD AT&L/ Interoperability Office Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Open Applications Group Oracle Corporation
Orchestrating Components Place Ware, Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers Rational Software
Reuters Rockwell Automation RosettaNet/SeeBeyond SPAWAR ITC
Standard Advantage Sterling Commerce, Inc. Sun Microsystems The Open Group
Uniform Code Council University of Magdeburg XML Global Technologies

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