Business Technology Management Body of Knowledge (BTM BOK)
BTM is a broader definition of professional roles in Digital Transformation and Digital Innovation (DT/DI) projects. It still includes primarily the traditional IS/IT management practices, generally located within the Chief Information Officer (CIO) branch. BTM BOK helps to integrate these IT roles with those outside IT, such as Chief Digital Officer (CDO), Digital Product Manager, Digital Marketing, Data Scientists, etc. It is also concerned about digital literacy among all other professional roles involved in DT/DI projects.

BTM BOK assets are delivered in a single Eclipse Process Framework (EPF) Method Library and Wiki, and reuse primarily 100+ CC BY-SA, EPL 1.0, & EUPL 1.2 references, with some under freer licenses such as CC-BY, Apache, and MIT.

CorrupIntel – Anti-Corruption Intelligence Evidence and Prosecution
Anti-Corruption Intelligence, Evidence, and Prosecution (CorrupIntel) is a research project to develop a number of open-source Artificial Intelligence (AI), Semantic Web, and Knowledge Graph apps to help prosecute bribery and corruption cases.

Cybersecurity Ontology (CyberOnto) and Situational Awareness (CyberSA)
Cybersecurity Ontology (CyberOnto) and Situational Awareness (CyberSA) help teamwork in Cyber Incident Responses, Control, Containment, and Countermeasures (CIRC3). We integrate Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Knowledge Graph (KG) tech. to automate CyberSA capabilities.

This research project, linked to a new product development initiative, aims to build a CyberSA measurement method that could help cybersecurity response teams cope with complexity of fast-paced attacks-defense scenarios.
To build this measurement method, we will use an existing cybersecurity ontology, serving as the source of best practices in our Artificial Intelligence (AI) architecture. Cyber Ontologies have been demonstrated to offer reliable CyberOps automation.

Legislative Intelligence (LegisIntel)
Legislative Intelligence (LegisIntel) is a research project to develop a number of open-source Semantic Web and Knowledge Graph apps, e.g., annotate debates; monitor legislative events; customize info to citizen; multi-agent search; etc.

The term “Legislative Intelligence” refers to any Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools, ranging from machine learning to semantic reasoning to multi-agent systems, that can support Elected Members and their legal teams in researching the complex interrelations, and test the relevance and consistency between, the variety of national and international laws, regulations, reports, and debates.