Use Case Oriented Working Groups

The following use case categories will be used to bring together qualified opinions and expertise so recommendations, white papers, vetted briefings and other valuable outputs (that leverage blockchain related technologies) can be delivered to government managers and law makers.

Working GroupsSub TopicsGroup LeaderGroup MembersParticipate
Asset ManagementComing Soon!
Land TitlingJohn Dean MarkunasGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Budgeting, Appropriations & Tracking Working GroupSteven OlsonGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Contract Management Jelena DjuricDiscussion Forum
CyberSecurity John McCarthyGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Economic & Financial Management Coming Soon!
Economic AnalysisFrancisco Del Toro Group MembersDiscussion Forum
Financial OversightBernie DoyleGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Education and TrainingBryant Nielson & Jim St. ClairGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Childhood Education Ellen NicholsGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Government OntologySteve OlsonGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Health CareGeneralKenneth MBale & Jim St. ClairGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
CannabisAmy BerlinerGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Health Care FinancialComing Soon!
Medical RecordsComing Soon!
Identity ManagementComing Soon!
Legislative & Legal GeneralSuzannah SimmonsGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Legal Information Management Steven OlsonDiscussion Forum
Smart CityRobert PerryGroup MembersDiscussion Forum/a>
Software Product & Licence ManagementJim K. TysonGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
Supply ChainTony PadillaGroup MembersDiscussion Forum
VotingGroup MembersDiscussion Forum

Suggest a Working Group

How Do Working Groups Function?

A leader will be established who brings members together onto a common agenda.  He/she will establish a goal or target activity and a reasonable timeline.  This could be a…

  • policy recommendation,
  • the study group,
  • research or survey team,
  • engagement team,
  • analysis team,
  • the writing team,

…that delivers an expert opinion to a specific government organization.  GBA leadership has issued guidelines for how these working groups will operate.   This is based on guidance from the IEEE.   Generally, they will convene telephonically, every two weeks, and orchestrate their efforts towards a goal. There will also sub groups that tackle specific issues; for instance, the very broad category of “health care” could easily apply blockchain in over a dozen different types of healthcare use cases.  Similarly, supply chain logistics (as a broad category) may be unique in the defense community (specifically) and may need its own analysis and recommendations.

GBA members should contact James Kana to get involved.

Why Should Members of the GBA Participate?

Leadership usually entails an investment of some type as well as a commitment to do the right thing.  Although there are committed and very competent civil servants at all levels, governmental organizations simply need our help.

Secondly, members will be a part of the solution and can contribute by having a voice during the creation process.  This enhances one’s career.  Participants can lead others towards viable solutions.  Exhibiting leadership differentiates you and yields experience that can be obtained in no other way.  The return on investment for GBA members will be enjoyed for years as you help drive an industry voice “coming along for the ride”.