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PAe - new version of the syllabus of Metadata for the management of the electronic (e-EMGDE) v2.0
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New version of the syllabus of Metadata for the management of the electronic (e-EMGDE) v2.0

08 september 2016

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The e-EMGDE v2.0 is the evolution of the previous version, in the light of lessons learned from the practical implementation of the first version and the updating of the context of reference.

It has been perfected the alignment of Metadata schema for the management of the electronic (e-EMGDE) with the compulsory minimum metadata, including some new elements and sub-elements, improved the descriptions and considerations of use, to maintain their characteristics of extensibility and flexibility for implementation in different systems and to facilitate greater interoperability between different systems and throughout the life cycle of documents, completed with values and annexes, all this in the light of the many contributions received by public administrations and management of documents that have been publishing and updates of norms and standards.

According to the Royal Decree 4/2010 (Opens in new window) , an outline of metadata is a tool that defines the incorporation and metadata management of content, context and structure of electronic documents throughout their life cycle.

Under the Norma Técnica de Interoperabilidad de Política de gestión de documentos electrónicos the eEMGDE v2.0 is of a general nature, applicable in areas of diverse nature and with varying degrees of complexity in the management of documents, and to select what margin specifically applicable in each entity.

The Outline of Metadata for the management of the electronic (e-EMGDE) which develops, is of a general nature, applicable in different areas and with varying degrees of complexity in the management of documents:

  • The conceptual model of the model of metadata, their properties and their underlying logic.
  • The description of each of the items and metadata sub-elementos, through the description of each of its characteristics: definition, purpose, obligation, etc.
  • The schemes of values that are needed to complete the values of the relevant metadata.

References to the rules used as a basis, as well as other rules that could be relevant.

  • Interoperability