LEXS: a comprehensive, NIEM-based, framework for the development of information exchanges. Initially developed for the law enforcement information sharing program at US Department of Justice, LEXS is now being widely used in criminal justice community at large, as well as by the homeland security, intelligence and other communities. Learn how you can use LEXS and see how others use it.
LEXS News & Events
The LEXS 5.0 release candidate is now available for public review and can be accessed on the downloads page. To provide feedback on this specification, please send email to LEXShelpdesk@gtri.gatech.edu. The deadline for submission of feedback for this release candidate is September 19, 2016.
Information about the NIEM program, upon which LEXS is based, can be found here:
If you just want to grab the latest "LEXS" and start working with it, then the downloads page is definitely for you. Here you can find any version that has been publicly released and sometimes versions that are cutting edge betas for community review.
The LEXS program has developed many tools to help you perform complicated tasks with LEXS that are often too much work to do on your own. Often this means things like language bindings or starter projects, but can also be utilities like business rule compatibility checks and default rendering instructions. Head over and see if anything can help you!