Starting an EA Capability in the Government Guide
Align concepts instead of simplistic label matching
The best reference architectures and analytic techniques provide confidence you are working on the important parts of the problem
Pragmatic alignment of concepts to support Digital Transformation
Crisp guidance on applying specialist tools and techniques
Using Reference Architectures for Digital Transformation
eGovernment, eGovernance, and other policy-based initiatives are common in the public sector. Government departments, ministries, federal agency, or quasi-government agency do not change their mandate. They change their service delivery to support policy initiatives.
They will establish an EA Capability to support a policy initiative. Introducing, or changing, a service usually requires architecture and change planning across multiple budget cycles.
Central questions that drive the starting an EA Capability in the Government include:
- Who must you serve?
- How to align an EA Team to agile delivery?
- When to adjust for different transformation approaches?
(major transformation, continuous improvement, new service)
- How to select and engage strategic partners?
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