Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is most often defined as “… the organizing ‘logic’ for business processes and IT infrastructure involving the integration and standardization of an organization’s operating model”. ASET understands how to reach this desired state – where business processes and IT align - to deliver predictable and measurable business value while maximizing value of IT investments.

ASET has led EA engagements assisting CIOs, CTOs, and IT leaders to put into action their strategies and help their organizations evolve their IT architecture and solutions, so as to meet ever-changing business needs and demands ASET leading efforts assisted clients in: aligning OMB 300 planning; aligning EA with organizational mission, vision and strategy; identifying and scoping services while enabling innovation and agility; and, implementing a governance framework to define all roles, responsibilities and relationships involved in the program management and IT processes.

Using various methods/tools during these engagements, ASET has assisted clients in developing numerous EA artifacts including diagrams, documents and models that describe: the logical organization of business functions; business capabilities; business processes; people; information resources; business systems; software applications; computing capabilities; and, information exchange and communications infrastructure within the enterprise.

  • Domain Experience & Expertise

    • Unified Modeling Language (UML)
    • Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN)
    • Zachman, TOGAF, DoDAF, NAF, FEA, ArchiMate Frameworks
    • Federal & Segment Architecture Methodology (FSAM)
    • Numerous Agency Specific Segment Architecture Methodologies
    • Business Process & IT Alignment
    • System Engineering/ Development Life-Cycle (SELC/SDLC) Planning & Management
    • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Technology Experience & Expertise

    • MEGA Suite
    • TrouxView
    • IBM Rational Suite
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