Integrating Compliance into Business Processes: Process Fragments as Reusable Compliance Controls

David Schumm, Frank Leymann, Zhilei Ma, Thorsten Scheibler, und Steve Strauch. Proceedings of the Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI'10), Göttingen, Germany, February 23-25, 2010, Seite 2125--2137. Göttingen, Universitätsverlag Göttingen, (Februar 2010)


Companies increasingly have to pay attention to compliance concerns addressing business processes. Flexibly reacting to changing requirements coming from laws, regulations, and internal guidelines, becomes a necessary part of business process management. In this paper we propose the application of the emerging concept of process fragments in the field of compliance management in process-based applications. We exemplify realizing compliance requirements employing the notion of process fragments, and we show its characteristics and its practical application using a scenario common in industry. In doing so, we discuss how a fragment can be identified, which design considerations need to be taken into account, we discuss efficient storage and retrieval, and which ways of integration into business processes are feasible. This approach leverages the reusability of both, process models and realizations of compliance requirements.

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