The purpose of enterprise architecture (EA) is to determine how an agency can most effectively achieve the current and future objectives of its business goals. EA helps lay out a clear framework of an agency’s structure, personnel, technology, and planning to get the most out of government services. Over the past decade, the question has shifted from whether there is value in doing Enterprise Architecture (EA) in an organization to how the value of EA can be maintained in an agency.
Government agencies are modernizing with the goal of delivering public services in a more secure, effective, and efficient way. To accomplish this, it is vital for the government architecture community and innovation leaders to build data-driven agencies focused on business priorities and mission objectives. The annual Government EA Conference @930gov will focus on how EA is being deployed to solve some of the most pressing public sector challenges.
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Edward Lawings, Program Specialist, Business Architecture, Strategic Investment Management, Office of Health Informatics, Veterans Health Administration