Abstract : Nowadays many companies run their own business using Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS), that o er: a clear separation between decision logic and procedural structure; the ability to modify a rulebase set rather than processes and the reusability of rules across applications. All these factors allow a company to quickly react and align its policies to the ever-changing market needs. Despite these advantages, di erent BRMSs can be found on the market, each of them implementing a proprietary business rule language (ex.: JBoss uses Drools, IBM uses Ilog Rule Language, etc.). Rule Interchange Format(RIF) is a W3C open standard aiming at reducing the heterogeneity among business rule languages, which makes rules less reusable and interchageable. Our work is focused on providing an implementation based on a Model Driven approach for bridging Ilog Rule Language to RIF.