Improving Government Enterprise Architecture Process                   Through Industry Best Practice –  Can TOGAF™ Assist...
Welcome!           Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
Agenda Introductions Presentation     TOGAF for Government     Strategic Process     Segment and Capability Process  ...
The Situation FEA has well defined reference architectures OMB, CIO Council has provided guidance on process FSAM provi...
A Potential SolutionAugment Practice Guidance, FEA, FSAM with TOGAF   TOGAF ADM is a well defined process   Templates an...
TOGAF 9 The Open Group Architectural Framework, v 9 Developed by consensus in The Open Group Federal roots - DoD’s TAFI...
TOGAF ADM                                                                   PreliminaryRecommended Approach Establish EA ...
Each Phase is Made Up of Steps                                     Select Reference Models, Viewpoints                    ...
Taxonomy of                             Artifacts                              part of the                              Co...
FEA Reference ArchitecturesApproachBusiness-Driven                     Performance Reference Model (PRM)                  ...
Mapping FEA Practice Guidance to the TOGAF ADMADM Phases                     ADM Phase                              ADM Ph...
EA Process GuidanceFEA Practice Guidance – “does not cover enterprise architecture (EA)development and maintenance since t...
USDA Case Study Conclusions“TOGAF and the FEA provided a good combination for planning a largegovernment-based modernizati...
Applying TOGAF to FEA/FSAM                                                                                                ...
Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                          Preliminary              A                            Pr...
Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                          Preliminary                                             ...
Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                          Preliminary               A                             ...
Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                          Preliminary               A     H                    B  ...
Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                          Preliminary               A     H                    B G...
Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                          Preliminary               A     H                    B G...
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Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                                                                     Preliminary  ...
Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                                                                     PreliminaryAr...
Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA                                                                      Preliminary ...
Subsequent ADM iterations Describe segments – use   FSAM   TOGAF   FSAM Tailored with TOGAF Describe other enterprise...
FSAM to TOGAF ADM Mapping    Phase A     Vision                Phase B                           Business                 ...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                          Preliminary                                            P...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                          Preliminary                                             ...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                          Preliminary               A                             ...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                          Preliminary               A     H                       ...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                          Preliminary               A     H                       ...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                          Preliminary               A     H                       ...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                                                              Preliminary         ...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                                                                Preliminary       ...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                                                                   PreliminaryArch...
Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA                                                                     Preliminary  ...
TOGAF Architectural Domains TOGAF, FEA both driven by Business domain TOGAF completes four FEA domains     Business   ...
TOGAF Templates and Examples All ADM phases have suggested inputs and outputs Most outputs have templates and examples ...
Value Proposition: TOGAF and FEA/FSAM ADM maps well to FEA, FSAM, CIO Guidance     provides a repeatable process     pr...
Value Proposition: TOGAF and FEA/FSAM TOGAF is industry standard Consulting resources are available     10,000+ TOGAF C...
Next Steps For the Community      Study federal EA process problems – is TOGAF a fit? For Agencies      Visit www.open...
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  1. 1. Improving Government Enterprise Architecture Process Through Industry Best Practice – Can TOGAF™ Assist Implementation of FEA/FSAM? Presented by John Polgreen, Ph.D. Architecting the Enterprise Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  2. 2. Welcome! Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  3. 3. Agenda Introductions Presentation  TOGAF for Government  Strategic Process  Segment and Capability Process  TOGAF Value Proposition Panel Discussion / Q&A Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  4. 4. The Situation FEA has well defined reference architectures OMB, CIO Council has provided guidance on process FSAM provides guidance for segment architecturesBut architects need… More granular process information More templates, examples of outputs Common language Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  5. 5. A Potential SolutionAugment Practice Guidance, FEA, FSAM with TOGAF TOGAF ADM is a well defined process Templates and formats for outputs available Accepted globally – provides common language Popular EA tools have FEA and TOGAF modules TOGAF maps well to FEA, FSAM and FEA Guidance TOGAF is meant to to be tailored – don’t throw anything away TOGAF ADM can also map to DoDAF Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  6. 6. TOGAF 9 The Open Group Architectural Framework, v 9 Developed by consensus in The Open Group Federal roots - DoD’s TAFIM Architecture Development Method is well proven 80% of Fortune 50 use TOGAF Wide public sector use  UK Government  New York State Well accepted among Federal contractors Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  7. 7. TOGAF ADM PreliminaryRecommended Approach Establish EA program A Conduct ADM projects Vision Manage requirements H B Phases are iterative Change Business Management G Requirements Management C Implementation Governance Information F D Migration Technology Planning E Opportunities and Solutions Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  8. 8. Each Phase is Made Up of Steps Select Reference Models, Viewpoints Develop Baseline Description Develop Target Description Preliminary Perform Gap Analysis A Define Roadmap Components H B Business Resolve Impacts Conduct Stakeholder ReviewG Requirements C Finalize the Architecture Management Create Architecture Definition Document F D E Each step is described in detail Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  9. 9. Taxonomy of Artifacts part of the Content FrameworkArchitecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  10. 10. FEA Reference ArchitecturesApproachBusiness-Driven Performance Reference Model (PRM) Architecture Component-Based Business Reference Model (BRM) Service Component Reference Model (SRM) Data Reference Model (DRM) Technical Reference Model (TRM) Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  11. 11. Mapping FEA Practice Guidance to the TOGAF ADMADM Phases ADM Phase ADM PhasesPreliminary E – Opportunities and F- MigrationA – Vision Solutions G – ImplementationB – Business Architecture GovernanceC – Information Architecture H – ChangeD – Technology Architecture ManagementRequirements Management Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  12. 12. EA Process GuidanceFEA Practice Guidance – “does not cover enterprise architecture (EA)development and maintenance since there is already a broad body ofknowledge on these topics.” TOGAF – Hundreds of pages EA design and implementation Example - ADM Business Architecture Phase  9 major steps, many with sub-steps  21 described artifacts  Based on industry best practice worldwide Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  13. 13. USDA Case Study Conclusions“TOGAF and the FEA provided a good combination for planning a largegovernment-based modernization project.”“TOGAF’s ADM is an excellent complement to RUP, as it addresses thedevelopment and maintenance of an Enterprise Architecture and provideskey inputs to a RUP based, project-level plan.” Greg Lettow, Jim Odrowski Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  14. 14. Applying TOGAF to FEA/FSAM Strategic Architecture Strategic ADM iteration  Tailor FEA reference models Preliminary A  Develop strategic architecture H Architecture Change Management Architecture Vision B Business Architecture  Mile wide, inch deep Segment Architecture(s) G Requirements CC Information Information System Implementation System Management Architectures Governance Architectures  To-be states in all domains Preliminary F D  Gaps Preliminary Preliminary Migration Planning E Opportunities Technology Architecture A & Solutions Architecture  Transition Strategy H Architecture Change H Architecture Management H Vision A Architecture Vision A B Architecture BusinessB Vision Architecture Change Architecture Business B Management Architecture Subsequent ADM iterations Change Business Management C Architecture C G Information Information C Requirements System C Implementation G Governance Implementation G Management Requirements System Information Architectures C Information Architectures C System Information System Information Capability Architectures Management Requirements Architectures Governance System Architectures  Describe segments Implementation System Management Architectures Governance Architectures F D Migration Technology F D Planning Architecture Preliminary Migration F E TechnologyD  Describe other enterprise projects Migration Opportunities Planning Architecture Technology Preliminary E Planning & Solutions Architecture Preliminary Opportunities E & Solutions Opportunities A & Solutions Architecture H A Vision  Collectively describe rich EA Architecture Architecture A B H Change Vision Architecture Business Architecture H B Management Change Vision Architecture Business Architecture B Management Change Architecture Business Management C Architecture C G Information Information C Implementation Requirements System C System Information G Governance Management Requirements Architectures C Information Architectures C Implementation System Information System G Management Information Governance Requirements Architectures System Architectures Implementation System Management Architectures Governance Architectures F D Migration TechnologyD F Planning E Architecture Technology Migration F D Migration Opportunities Planning E Architecture Technology Planning & Solutions E Opportunities Architecture & Solutions Opportunities & Solutions Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  15. 15. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A Preliminary Phase • Establish EA Program • Define Principles H B • Define Framework • Define, Prioritize Segments • Choose Tools • Develop Governance • Obtain Approval G Requirements Management C F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  16. 16. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary Architecture Vision • Establish Project A • Identify Stakeholders • Define Scope H B • Define Vision • Obtain Sponsor Approval G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  17. 17. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A Business Architecture • Define Agency PRM • Define Agency BRM H B • Populate As-is BRM • Populate To-be BRM • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate PRM Indicators G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  18. 18. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H B Information Systems Architecture • Define Agency SRM • Populate As-is SRM G Requirements C • Populate To-be SRM Management • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis • Define Agency DRM • Populate As-is DRM • Populate To-be DRM • Conduct Gap Analysis F D • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate PRM Indicators E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  19. 19. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements Management C Technology Architecture • Define Agency TRM • Populate As-is TRM • Populate To-be TRM • Conduct Gap Analysis F D • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate PRM Indicators E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  20. 20. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C Management Opportunities and Solutions • Review gap analyses • Create Line of Sight • Identify solutions F D • Identify buy/build options • Identify portfolio options E • Define funding strategy Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  21. 21. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C ManagementMigration Planning• Project Impact Analysis • Costs • Benefits • Value • Risks F D• Transition Strategy E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  22. 22. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary AImplementation Governance H B• Not done for initial iteration G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  23. 23. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA PreliminaryArchitecture Change Mgt• Not done for initial iteration A H B G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  24. 24. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H BRequirements Management• All phases input, revise, output• Enter into repository• Evaluate traceability G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  25. 25. Subsequent ADM iterations Describe segments – use  FSAM  TOGAF  FSAM Tailored with TOGAF Describe other enterprise significant projects Collectively describe rich EA Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  26. 26. FSAM to TOGAF ADM Mapping Phase A Vision Phase B Business Architecture Phases C-D Data, Application, Technology Phases E-F Architectures Opportunities and Solution, Migration Planning2 TOGAF ADM Phase FSAM Step Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  27. 27. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary Preliminary Phase A • Validate previous iteration H B G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  28. 28. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary Architecture Vision • Establish Project • Identify Stakeholders A • Identify Risks • Define Scope, including H B • Segments • Cross agency initiatives • Define Vision • Plan Communications • Obtain Approval G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  29. 29. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A Business Architecture • Populate As-is BRM H B • Populate To-be BRM • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate PRM Indicators G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  30. 30. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A H B Information Systems Architecture • Populate As-is SRM • Populate To-be SRM G Requirements C • Conduct Gap Analysis Management • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate As-is DRM • Populate To-be DRM • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis F D • Populate PRM Indicators E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  31. 31. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C Management Technology Architecture • Populate As-is TRM • Populate To-be TRM • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis F D • Populate PRM Indicators E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  32. 32. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C Management Opportunities and Solutions • Review gap analyses • Create Line of Sight • Identify solutions • Make reuse/buy/build decisions F D • Make portfolio decisions • Create business case E • Define funding strategy Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  33. 33. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C ManagementMigration Planning• Project Impact Analysis • Costs • Benefits • Value • Risks F D• Migration Plan E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  34. 34. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary AImplementation Governance H B• Establish Contracts• Launch implementation• Conduct compliance reviews• Measure performance G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  35. 35. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA PreliminaryArchitecture ChangeManagement A• Monitor change• Determine response • none H B • SDLC • ADM Cycle• Manage framework• Maintain Segment Architectures• Measure EA program value G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  36. 36. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary ARequirements Management H B• All phases input, revise, output• Enter into repository• Evaluate traceability G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  37. 37. TOGAF Architectural Domains TOGAF, FEA both driven by Business domain TOGAF completes four FEA domains  Business  Service Component (called Application in TOGAF)  Data  Technology Through tailoring  Can accommodate fifth FEA domain – Performance  Can be tailored for future domains - e.g. Security Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  38. 38. TOGAF Templates and Examples All ADM phases have suggested inputs and outputs Most outputs have templates and examples Most can be mapped to FEA/FSAM Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  39. 39. Value Proposition: TOGAF and FEA/FSAM ADM maps well to FEA, FSAM, CIO Guidance  provides a repeatable process  provides needed process detail Certified Tools can provide templates and outlines TOGAF is an open standard  technology and vendor neutral  intended to be tailored  Inexpensive to use Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  40. 40. Value Proposition: TOGAF and FEA/FSAM TOGAF is industry standard Consulting resources are available  10,000+ TOGAF Certified Architects globally  Many among large Federal contractors  Small firms also available TOGAF simplifies communication with  Architecture teams  Vendors  Consultants Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  41. 41. Next Steps For the Community  Study federal EA process problems – is TOGAF a fit? For Agencies  Visit www.opengroup.org – download TOGAF  Visit www.GTRA.org/blog (TOGAF for Feds)  Get someone on your EA team trained/certified  Tailor the FEA/FSAM using TOGAF  Develop, implement and manage your architecture Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010

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