Enterprise Architecture and Planning
Enterprise Architecture and Planning provides strategic and policy support for GSA customers at the enterprise, segment and solution levels. Enterprise Architecture is comprised of nine service areas, which include:
- Enterprise Architecture
- Application Rationalization
- IT Strategic and Tactical Planning
- IT Standards
- IT Policy Management
- Controlled Unclassified Information
- E-Government Benefits
- IT Continuity of Operations Program (COOP)
- IT Records Management
Enterprise Architecture Awards
- Excellence in Enterprise Architecture (from FCW 2015)
GSA's application rationalization project, led by the Chief Enterprise Architect, trimmed 30 applications from the agency's portfolio and produced a nearly 1,600 percent return on investment.
- IT Landscape Rationalization (from ICMG 2014 )
A business-focused, data-driven approach to rationalizing IT applications.
- Architecture Governance 2014 - Transformation and Planning (from ICMG 2015)
Enabling business decisions through Enterprise Architecture Governance
GSA Program Management and Governance
In response to the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996 and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) guidance, the GSA EA Order CIO 2110.2 formally established the EA program. GSA IT designated Kevin Wince as the Chief Enterprise Architect to lead the EA and Planning Division and the Enterprise Architecture Committee (EARC). The EARC manages the agency’s enterprise architecture, including business architecture, solutions architecture, data architecture and technical architecture.