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Paul Spencer is an active member of the OASIS Technical Committee, and developed the XML Schemas for EML and the means of customising the schemas for various types of elections. He also developed the customisations for UK public election pilots and for the online electoral registers (CORE) project.


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  • UK e-GIF
  • Abu Dhabi eGIF
  • Danish InfostructureBase
  • Trinidad and Tobago e-GIF
  • MIAP Common Data Definitions
  • HMRC File by Internet
  • Co-ordinated Online Record of Electors
  • MOD XML Policies


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  • Abu Dhabi Systems & Information Centre
  • Cabinet Office e-Government Unit
  • Department for Constitutional Affairs
  • Department for Education and Skills
  • HM Revenue and Customs
  • Learning and Skills Council
  • Microsoft
  • Ministry of Defence
  • Ministry of Public Administration, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
  • National Westminster Bank
  • NHS Information Authority
  • NHS in Scotland
  • Office of Government Commerce
  • Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
  • Office of the e-Envoy
  • Open University
  • Scottish Executive
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  • Hands-on XML Within the e-GIF
  • XML and e-GIF - a Management Overview
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  • Government Interoperability - 5 Tips for Success
  • From Spreadsheet to Schema
  • A Technical Standard for e-Voting
  • Combining OASIS Standards to Create a Repository and Assembly Mechanism for XML Schema Components
  • The Election Markup Language
  • e-Government in the UK
  • Developing e-GIF Compliant XML Systems For Government
  • e-Government in the UK
  • XML: the relevance to e-government
  • Using XML in Government
  • Delivering New Electronic Services in the Public Sector
  • e-Gov and XML Government Advanced Technology
  • Delivering New Electronic Services in the Public Sector


Paul Spencer has written one book, co-authored three others shown below and been a technical reviewer on several more:

XML for the Web (glasshaus 2002) Professional XSL (Wrox Press 2001)
Beginning XML (Wrox Press 2001) Professional XML Design and Implementation (Wrox Press 1999)



Paul has also written the following articles and presented the following papers:

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