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Organizational Ontology


Provides minimal basic terms to support representation of organizational structures, reporting structures, location information and organizational history. This coverage corresponds to the type of information typically found in organizational charts. As such it does not offer a complete representation for all the nuances of organizational control structures and flows of accountability and empowerment. Developers are encouraged to create extension vocabularies for such purposes, building upon this generic foundation. The ontology does not provide category structures for organization type, organization purpose or roles. Different domains will have different requirements for classification of such concepts. Instead the ontology provides just the core base concepts needed to allow extensions to add specific sub-class structures or classification schemes as required.

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Created: 2010-03-25T12:48:00Z
Modified: 2010-06-07T08:10:52Z

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