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Table of Content

1. Project Name

P6 Insurance Core Components

Version: 1.0

2. Objectives

2.1. Purpose

The purpose of the project is to develop Core Components for documenting
business data in insurance messages, its context and data structure.

2.2. Scope

The scope for this project and the area of insurance business data to be
covered includes data in the complete cycle of risk management, placement,
claims and accounts between customers of insurance companies, the insurance
companies and their agents and insurance brokers. It includes domestic and
international environments, insurance and reinsurance, single company policies
and co-insurance.

3. Deliverables

A catalogue of Insurance Core Components for the Insurance Industry.

4. Functional Expertise of Membership

The project team is a group of experts with a balanced profile of skills and
expertise in information analysis, knowledge of insurance business data and in
the presentation and documentation of technical material, either individually or
collectively as a group.

5. Geographical Focus

The focus is global and cross-sectorial within the functional area of
insurance business data. Each UN/CEFACT head of delegation may designate one or
more experts to the project team. In doing so, they may delegate this task to
one or more organizations, which may be national, regional or international.
Experts are expected to contribute to the work based solely on their expertise.
Experts who wish to participate should contact the project lead.

6. Initial Contributions

The following contributions are submitted as part of this proposal. It is
understood that these are only for consideration by the project team and that
other participants may submit their own contributions in order to ensure the
gathering of as much information as possible from those with expertise and a
material interest in the project but at the same time allow diverse voices to
comment on the details of the projects and ensures that no single organization
can dominate the process:
The following have expressed an interest in making such contributions:

  • 1 — P&C Model – by ACORD
  • 2 — SMILE Model – by EEG7

7. Project Management

7.1. Team

Project Chair Jan Vrijenhoek
Editor Nigel Wooden

7.2. Milestones

Estimated Open Development Process (ODP) milestone dates:

ODP Step ODP Name Estimated Completion Date Comment
1 Project Proposal 01.07.2001 Comment
2 Requirements List 01.07.2003 Comment
3 1st Working Draft 01.09.2005 The project is split into several submissions to TBG17
4 Internal Review   Comment
5 Public Review   Comment
6 Implementation Verification   Comment
7 Final Release   Comment

8. Statement of Resource Requirements

Participants in the project shall provide resources for their own
participation. The existence and functioning of the project shall not require
any additional resources from the UN/ECE secretariat.