Use of ebXML Messaging by Child Protection Agency in the Netherlands

In the Netherlands, VIR is a national electronic system that collects and distributes risk warnings from care workers. Care workers use the system to record warnings about risks of the children and young people (up to 23 years of age) they work with. By registering these warnings in a national system, different care workers quickly find out if a colleague is also monitoring a child, so that they can contact each other and agree on the best approach.

The VIR has no information about the nature of the problems or treatment of the juvenile, in order to protect the privacy of the juvenile and his/her family.

On November 20, the Child Protection Agency in the Netherlands formally connected to VIR in the presence of minister Rouvoet (youth/family) and

Hirsch-Ballin (Justice).

The press release (in Dutch) does not mention the technical fact that the message exchange among these organization is based on ebXML Messaging. Focus Areas: BPEL | DITA | ebXML | IDtrust | OpenDocument | SAML | UBL | UDDI
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