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NIEM 2.0 / 2.1 Conformant LEXS 3.1 / 4.0: Logical Entity eXchange Specifications 
Overview
Title:
NIEM 2.0 / 2.1 Conformant LEXS 3.1 / 4.0: Logical Entity eXchange Specifications
Description / Abstract:
The Logical Entity eXchange Specifications (LEXS) defines a common format in which information can be shared. The most commonly used elements form the foundation upon which practitioners can build specialized extensions to suit individual communities. LEXS 3.1 is based on NIEM 2.0.
Date Submitted:
July, 2006
Version Number:
LEXS 3.1 / 4.0
Status
Project Status:
Completed Standard
Status Notes:
LEXS 3.1 / 4.0 is endorsed by the U.S. Department of Justice. Federal, State, Tribal, Local, Regional and Vendor projects should use LEXS 3.1 or LEXS 4.0 for information sharing projects.
Duration of Review:
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Target Publish Date:
Jul 31, 2006
Scope & Impact
Areas of Interest:
  • Architectural
  • Data Exchange Languages
  • Data Representation
  • Data Storage and Interfacing
  • Data Transport
  • Functional Standards
  • Security
  • Technology Standards
  • XML Schemas
Communities Impacted:
  • Corrections
  • Courts
  • Emergency Management Services
  • Fire
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Law Enforcement
  • Probation/Parole
  • Prosecution
  • Public Defender
  • Public Works
  • Technical Practitioners
  • Transportation
  • Victim Services
Benefits of Standard:
Improves interoperability between agency systems..
Industry Endorsements:
U.S. Department of Justice.
Other Standards Required for Implementation:
LEXS 3.1 is based on NIEM 2.0. LEXS 4.0 is based on NIEM 2.1.
Notes:
All LEXS artifacts and documents can be downloaded from http://lexsdev.org/.
Documents
There are no documents associated with this standard.

Primary Point of Contact
Name:
Sudhi Umarji
E-mail Address:
Organization:
U.S. Department of Justice
Organization Web Site:
www.usdoj.gov
Street Address 1:
950 Pennsylvania Avenue
Street Address 2:
City:
Washington
State:
District of Columbia
Zip Code:
20530
Country:
United States
Phone Number:
  301-354-6062
Developer - Point of Contact
Name:
Sudhi Umarji
E-mail Address:
Organization:
U.S. Department of Justice
Organization Web Site:
www.usdoj.gov
Street Address 1:
950 Pennsylvania Avenue
Street Address 2:
City:
Washington
State:
District of Columbia
Zip Code:
20530
Country:
United States
Phone Number:
301-354-6062
Sponsor - Point of Contact
Name:
Jeremy Warren
E-mail Address:
Organization:
U.S. Department of Justice
Organization Web Site:
www.usdoj.gov
Street Address 1:
950 Pennsylvania Avenue
Street Address 2:
City:
Washington
State:
District of Columbia
Zip Code:
20530
Country:
United States
Phone Number:
202-353-2244