Implementing Enterprise Architecture (EA)—an ongoing, evolving set of decision-support activities and integrated processes—will assist Company ABC compete more effectively and efficiently within the hyper-competitive Federal marketspace of 2012 and beyond. EA will support the organization in driving down costs associated with business activities through decreased logical and physical redundancy of Information Technology (IT) assets, higher levels of data re-use, and enhanced productivity that will result from people looking for the right data in the right places, and finding it in the right format. In addition, EA will function as a force multiplier, optimizing the throughput of current Business Development, Capture Management, Proposal Development, and Operations staff, as well as Executive Management, Human Resources/Recruiting, and Finance and Contracts professionals. Both Infrastructure and Operations units will become an integral part of an expanded value-creation engine. Applying acceptance criteria based upon the SMART mnemonic, Stage-Gate® process, and TOGAF Version 9 framework, specific recommendations were generated built upon Microsoft SharePoint 2013, SQL Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 Operating System (OS), and HP Integrity servers. Importantly, the model-based TOGAF Version 9 Architecture Development Method (ADM)—particularly Phases A and C—revealed previously unexpected value-added and sustainable benefits to Company ABC, spanning multiple business units.

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