Peter F. Brown
Personal Blog at http://pensivepeter.wordpress.com
Company site at http://peterfbrown.com
Currently on unpaid leave of absence from the European Parliament.
Independent Consultant based in Los Angeles, USA - main focus area: the use of information technologies in business strategy and business transformation
Currently editor of the "Transformational Government Framework" under development by OASIS, see http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=tgf
Since July 2009, Chairman of the Board of Directors of OASIS, the global standards consortium advancing open standards for the information society, see http://www.oasis-open.org
Until the conclusion of its work in February 2008, Chairman of the eGovernment Focus Group, of the European Standards Committee, CEN, see http://www.cen.eu/isss/egov
In 2006, finished a 15-month "secondment" (UK English for "on loan" or "on detachment") to the Austrian Federal Government CIO as a senior expert, to lead a programme of work on European Union eGovernment best practices, including the development of an "eGovernment Resources Network"
Co-Editor of the OASIS "Reference Model for Service-Oriented Architectures", see http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=soa-rm
Faculty member of the XML Summer School (2004-2007) for Information and Knowledge Management track, see http://www.xmlsummerschool.com
Until 2004, Head of Information Resources Management in the European Parliament (responsible for data standards and information architecture)
In 2005, offered expert support for the Pan-African Parliamentary Interoperability Framework, particularly in the domain of information architecture, see http://www.parliaments.info
Author of "Information Architecture with XML" (Wiley, 2003)