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Users within the Federated Mapping system are those individuals who are
- a contributor (author, editor, etc.) to any form of authority document;
- a mapper, editor, reviewer, lexicographer on a mapping team;
- a named individual within an Authority Document.
Users within the ecosphere of Governance, Risk, and Compliance, are include
- document contributors (such as policy, standard, procedure, etc. authors, editors, and so on);
- document signatories or assignees;
- anyone named within a system;
- and any other time a natural person is identified to be a target of compliance.
Within the shell application, Person records could conceivably co-mingle records for your users of the system along with any other natural person named within the ecosphere. That will be up to you. Our example co-mingles them.
The data structure for the Person schema has nine separate subtables connected directly to the Person table via the person_fk field, as shown in the diagram below:
Basic information for each person comprises their primary name & email address (mandatory), and optional social addresses. The suggested layout for basic information follows:
Person – basic info
1. Navigation must be available for all persons.
2. Each person’s name has two mandatory fields: first name and last name. This sets the person’s primary name content in the Names layout.
2a. The Prefix for a person’s name is created from a pop-up selector. The results of the selection should show both the abbreviated prefix and the full prefix. (see Name prefixes and suffixes below)
2b. The Suffix for a person’s name is created from a pop-up selector. The results of the selection should show both the abbreviated suffix and the full suffix. (see Name prefixes and suffixes below)
3. It is mandatory that the domain for the person’s email address be derived from the domain of the organization. Therefore, this field can either be manually filled out (but tested against the domain) or it can be automatically filled out from the disambiguated system name (10) plus the domain name.
4-6. Social media addresses are optional.
7. This is automated data and comes from the records. Having this in the Person layout is optional.
8. This is automated. (see Calculating the full name below).
9 & 10. These are both automatically calculated. (see Calculating disambiguated names below).
11. These are optional checkboxes that denote whether the person member is a contributor to content added to the federated mapping system or is a Person of Interest being tracked by the account or federated mapping system.
For standardization purposes all name prefixes and suffixes are added via a predefined list, using the ID of the prefix and suffix to tie the text to the ID. The application must maintain tables of these references and must update those tables on a regular basis to ensure parity with the federated system.
The full name is calculated as
if(prefix≠null;prefix & “ “) & first name & “ “ & if(middle initial≠null;middle initial & “ “) & last name & if(suffix≠null;” “ & suffix)
See other settings, in the Account section.
Within the federated database, each person’s record is allowed multiple names to account for name changes, nom-de-plumes, etc. A primary field is included with each name to indicate if that name is the name to be used for the person’s primary name.
Name prefixes and suffixes are assigned numeric values from choice lists of the same name. These lists should be maintained as standard lists within each local application.
Person – Names
There is a bit of a trick to this layout, as mentioned in Person Names above. This layout is only for names records that only have the freeform_name field filled out.
1. This is the freeform name. The Disambiguated System Name is always entered as a record for this user.
2. This is the alias type ID and is derived from something other than “1”, from the Primary field.
2 = disambiguated system name
3 = previous system name
These are both arrays assigned to a person. Other than the primary email address, they are optional.
Emails & Phone Numbers
The calling codes for phone numbers can be automatically created using the callingcodes schema and API calls.
- Calling Codes Schema - http://grcschema.org/CallingCodeCalling Codes API – not finished yet
Postal Addresses for each person are optional. When filled out, they must be filled out in the order of country, state, city, and then the rest of the information. This is because country, state, and city are all pop-ups, one deriving its list from the other.
2. State API -
This is where the users can be added to existing Groups and Initiatives.
Person’s Organization, Group, and Initiatives
1. Groups should be pop-ups selectable from existing groups found in this account.
2. Initiatives should be pop-ups selectable from existing initiatives found in this account.
These are completely optional for being filled out. Both teams and roles should be pop-ups selectable from existing teams and roles found in this account or Organization.
Teams & Roles