The cat7 application: an extended enterprise architecture framework for managing complexity in the public sector by optimising the enterprise's architecture
Many agencies in the Australian Public Sector (APS) have either adopted, or partially adopted, one of the dominant Enterprise Architecture (EA) frameworks, (TOGAF, Zachman, FEA/AGA, DODAF, MODAF, Gartner or QGEA) to assist in the holistic delivery of effective services to citizens. However, analysis shows that these EA frameworks have seven major shortcomings related to inadequacies in: (i) traceability; (ii) alignment; (iii) capability maturity analysis; (iv) agility; (v) optimisation; (vi)...[Show more]
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