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Organizational Transformation: Enterprise Architecture Value Needs to Be Measured and Reported
Valerie C. Melvin (au)
The federal executive branch plans to spend at least $75 billion on info. tech. (IT) investments in FY 2012. GAO has identified enterprise architecture as a mechanism for reducing duplication and overlap in investments. An architecture is a ńˇýblueprintńˇŁ that describes how an organization operates in terms of business processes and technology, how it intends to operate in the future, and how it plans to transition to the future state. Knowing whether architecture outcomes are being achieved requires defining the architectureńˇ╗s goals, establishing a method and metrics to measure architecture outcomes, and periodically measuring and reporting these outcomes. To assess agenciesńˇ╗ use of architecture as a mechanism for reducing duplication and overlap, this report determined the extent to which agencies are measuring and reporting architecture outcomes and benefits. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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