Abstract

Compliance of an organization’s business proc-esses with legislation is difficult to assess, and even more so as laws and processes evolve. Using seven criteria, we evaluate five different approaches for documenting and managing such compliance that involve models and/or legal documents, with or without tool support for traceability. It is argued that a mixed approach that combines models and original documents, with tool support, offers the best trade-off. We also discuss an example of such an approach based on the User Requirements Notation and a commercial requirements management system.

-- DanielAmyot - 10 Sep 2008

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Title Comparative Analysis between Document-based and Model-based Compliance Management Approaches
Authors S. Ghanavati, D. Amyot, and L. Peyton
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title First Int. Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law (RELAW 2008), Barcelona, Spain
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Editors
Publisher IEEE
Month September
Year 2008
Pages 35-39
DOI http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/RELAW.2008.2
Keywords Compliance management, DOORS, jUCMNav, URN
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RELAW-Final.pdfpdf RELAW-Final.pdf manage 109 K 10 Sep 2008 - 00:59 DanielAmyot Pre-publication version
Topic revision: r3 - 08 Nov 2009, HananeBecha
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