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A summary of known implementations of ORG is given below.
No formal implementation reports have yet been requested. As reports become available this page will be updated, including a summary of ORG terms that have been used.
|Reporter||Description||Link (if public)||Aspects used|
|Dave Reynolds||Publication and visualization of organograms of UK government departments and agencies||http://data.gov.uk/organogram||Core, Structure, Posts, Membership|
|James McKinney ||Description?||Core, Structure, Posts, Membership|
|Leigh Dodds ||Describe structure of the NHS, including hierarchical structure of the organisation and the various sites associated with the health care providers||Core, Structure, Sites|
|Bernadette Hyland||W3C Community Directory||http://dir.w3.org||Core, Sites|
|Bart van Leeuwen||Representation of chain of command for use in emergency response||Core, Posts|
|Phil Archer  reporting work by Giorgia Lodi||Italian government organograms||http://spcdata.digitpa.gov.it/dataIPA.html|
|Phil Archer ||Pilot test of Organogram for the Greek Ministry of Administrative Reform and eGovernance||http://org.testproject.eu/MAREG/|
|George Thomas ||Representation of Hospital sites and address information on healthdata.gov||E.g. http://healthdata.gov/doc/hospital/140143||Sites|
|Dominique Guardiola||Details unknown (provided French translation of ontology)||?|