Enterprise architecture is an emerging discipline that cuts across arts, science and religion. Whenever quality and governance suffers (Cuban Missile crises, globalization of mfg in the '70s, Sep 11, global warming and the recent financial & healthcare crises), it impacts America and the entire world. The $787B bailout, "biggest since great depression" might get even worse when 50% of the workforce in NA, Europe & Japan retires in the next 5-10 years and productivity suffers when the younger generation (a large percentage of the 7B population is in emerging countries) has to take care of the older generation. Governance needs to be better architected for a real-time company operating in a multi-enterprise ecosystem – one that can sense and respond in real-time to changes in its environment, competition and customer needs. Information needs to be organized based on standards that United Nations has adopted and was demonstrated for Hurricane Katrina.