In the context of Software Engineering, Software Process defines a set of activities, roles and artifacts that are used throughout an application’s lifecycle. The Object Management Group (OMG) created the Software Process Engineering Metamodel (SPEM) in order to better represent and design software process. However, artifacts in SPEM are represented as monolithic documents of loosely information, which means they are primarily manipulated by word processors and have limited potential to formalization. The challenge is to build software artifacts that can better be controlled, managed and formalized. In this project we present ongoing work in extending SPEM to represents artifacts as structured documents in a way that artifact information content can be manipulated by tools other than word processors thus enhancing the amount of control during the software process. Moreover structuring artifacts properly allows content reuse through different artifacts, which avoid redundancy and misinterpretation.