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Civic Services Schema. GovernmentService issue

From: Pane Fernandez, Juan Ignacio <Juan.PaneFernandez@unitn.it>
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2013 21:48:38 +0100
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Hi all:

My name is Juan Pane and I currently have the taks of defining the metadata that will be used by the government of Paraguay to model its Institutions (I plan to use GovernmentOrganization schema for that), its services (I plan to use GovernmentServices for that too) and also the administrative procedures or processes (paperwork or trámite in Spanish) that are needed in order to access a given Service.

My current problem is that the there is no way in the current proposal to add information about the administrative process(es) that are required in order to access the services.

In my humble opinion, I believe this can be added to the civic services part, a class for defining the administrative processes, probably as a sub class of process, and a property to GovernmentService that will be used to list the administrative processes (documentation needed, payment if any, ...) that one would have fulfill in order to access the government service.

If needed, I can collaborate with a first draft for that part. Note that there is no class "Process" or something similar defined anywhere in Schema.org yet.

What do you think?

Best regards

Juan Pane
Received on Wednesday, 30 October 2013 08:28:49 UTC

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