Enhancing Law Modeling and Analysis: Using BPR-Based and Goal-Oriented Frameworks
Legal documents contain regulations and principles at different levels of abstraction. They constitute rich sources of information for Public Administrations (PA) redesign and eventually for the software delivery that must comply with normative regulations that are specified in laws and procedures. In order to facilitate the alignment between these elements, systematic methods and tools automating regulations modeling and analysis must be developed. In this paper, the authors propose the integration of process modeling (named VLPM) and goal-oriented (named Nomos) tool-supported methodologies to systematically model and analyze laws and procedures in public administration.