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Sun 24 Nov 2013					Recipient:6121MMV1
REF:AADEKON1					Y/R: Protracted Court Hearings

The Hon Carmel TEBBUTT MP	E:marrickville@parliament.nsw.gov.au
Member for Marrickville				F: {61}(2)9572-6414
NSW PARLIAMENT					M: {61}(0)
299 Marrickville Rd   MARRICKVILLE    2204	P: {61}(2)9572-5900	

Dear Carmel

          WHY “NEHTA 8 CANDIDATE eSTANDARDS” ISSUE IS SO IMPORTANT
 
My email 06 Nov 2013 outlined the history and concerns about that protracted Court Hearings
for family provision claims with the new National Disability Insurance Scheme [NDIS] and the 
new eCourt Processes

This email explains why the “NEHTA 8 Candidate eStandards” issue is so important and why 
there should be only one standard that uses the Complex Address format only of the Australian
Name and Address Standard AS4590.

Please find attached a 2004 document that reveals that an ITOL Australian Government grant 
funded the “Export Invoicing” system developed for the Australian Wheat Board [AWB] by an 
International Consortium of Organisations 
{Att A – AWB System at UBL Plenary Meeting 01 May 2004}.

This 2004 document was a presentation to the UBL Plenary Meeting in Honk Kong on 01 May 
2004 about BizDex with a 6 item “BizDex Background” including:

1	“a governed repository of Public Standards”
4	“a platform for set-up B2B integrations
6	“a service to manage the trading partner lifecycle”

The “BizDex” Project Members include:

	INTERNATIONAL				AUSTRALIAN		
		
      IBM					Standards Australia
      Microsoft					TradeGate ICA
      Sun Microsystems				AIIA
      SAP					Australian Wheat Board
      Software AG				Red Wahoo
      European Numbering Asc [EAN]		TEDIS

The Principals of both Red Wahoo and TEDIS are very involved with the “Organisation for the 
Advancement of Structure Information Standards [OASIS]” as evidenced by their pages on the 
“Document Engineering Services [DES]” Web-site:

1 	the CV of Steve CAPELL 

2 	the CV of Tim McGRATH 

3 	Events DES participated 2008 - 2010 

"Since Jul 2005 Tim has been the vice-chair of the of the OASIS Universal Language Technical
Committee [UBL]"

UBL is also one of the 8 Candidate Standards recommended by NEHTA {Att B - NEHTA 8 Candidate
eStandards}
 
However on 27 Oct 2006 delegates at the OASIS Conference in Sydney were informed that 
there are a simplex and complex address format in the Standard AS4590 as part of a paper 
on “XML in the Government Tender Service”

As a result of that revelation many delegates and international consultants formed an eCommittee
utilising “Group Systems Support [GSS]” to reach agreement that the Complex Address format 
should be used at all times

Although NSW Supreme Court now uses the Complex Address Format only in all its forms as 
part of the Universal Civil Procedures Rules [UPCR2005], OASIS and Standards Australia have 
not enforced the single complex address format for interoperability  

In 2008 Red Wahoo and TEDIS combined to form “Document Engineering Services [DES]” and 
give presentations Worldwide and it appears that the objective is to promote BizDex and GovDex 
eg 

“EXPP Summit: Munich (October 11-13,2010) 
* The European Congress for E-Invoicing & E-Billing: Operators' Forum 
* What will an international and interoperable E-Invoicing landscape look like? “

NEXT STEPS

Given the furore over the AWB scandal with export invoicing to Iraq in 2008, this evidence 
reinforces concerns that the “NEHTA 8 Candidate Standards” do not comply with AGIMO’s 
policy on eStandards for interoperability,

Please follow-up this issue on the Health Care eStandards for us all      

Thank you

Yours sincerely



Peter M AXTENS 

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