Advances In Government Enterprise Architecture

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Advances in Government Enterprise Architecture is a seminal publication in the emerging and evolving discipline of enterprise architecture (EA). Presenting current developments, issues, and trends in EA, this critical resource provides IT managers, government CIOs, researchers, educators, and professionals with insights into the impact of effective EA on IT governance, IT portfolio management, and IT outsourcing, creating a must-have holding for academic libraries and organizational information centers.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605660684
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 5/20/2011
  • Pages: 504
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Sect. I Frameworks and Methodologies

Ch. I A Methodology for Government Transformation with Enterprise Architecture Pallab Saha Saha, Pallab 1

Ch. II A Service-Oriented Reference Architecture for E-Government Marc M. Lankhorst Lankhorst, Marc M. Guido I. H. M. Bayens Bayens, Guido I. H. M. 30

Ch. III Role of Beacon Architecture in Mitigating Enterprise Architecture Challenges of the Public Sector Amit Bhagwat Bhagwat, Amit 56

Ch. IV Maturity Model Based on Quality Concept of Enterprise Information Architecture Hong Sik Kim Hong, Sik Kim Sungwook Moon Moon, Sungwook 82

Ch. V Measuring the Benefits of Enterprise ArchitectureKnowledge Management Maturity Alan Dyer Dyer, Alan 106

Sect. II Leadership, Governance, and Management

Ch. VI The Criticality of Transformational Leadership to Advancing the United States Government Enterprise Architecture Effectiveness William S. Boddie Boddie, William S. 130

Ch. VII Adaptive IT Architecture as a Catalyst for Network Capability in Government Jay Ramanathan Ramanathan, Jay Rajiv Ramnath Ramnath, Rajiv Anand Desai Desai, Anand 149

Ch. VIII Design Integrity and Enterprise Architecture Governance Chris Aitken Aitken, Chris 173

Ch. IX Policy Mapping - Relating Enterprise to Policy Goals Dwight V. Toavs Toavs, Dwight V. 191

Ch. X Enterprise Architecture Management and its Role in IT Governance and IT Investment Planning Klaus D. Niemann Niemann, Klaus D. 208

Ch. XI The Governance Architecture Framework and Models Vassilios Peristeras Peristeras, Vassilios Konstantinos Tarabanis Tarabanis, Konstantinos 229

Ch. XII Enterprise Architecture and Governance Challenges for Orchestrating Public-Private Cooperation Bram Klievink Klievink,Bram Wijnand Derks Derks, Wijnand Marijn Janssen Janssen, Marijn 263

Sect. III Realization and Deployment

Ch. XIII People Led Enterprise Architecture Neil Fairhead Fairhead, Neil John Good Good, John 285

Ch. XIV Using Enterprise Architecture to Transform Service DeliveryThe US Federal Government's Human Resource Line of Business Timothy Biggert Biggert, Timothy Kunal Suryavanshi Suryavanshi, Kunal Ryan Kobb Kobb, Ryan 307

Ch. XV Enterprise Architecture as Context and Method for Implementing Information Security and Data Privacy Controls in Government Agencies Scott A. Bernard Bernard, Scott A. Shuyuan Mary Ho Ho, Shuyuan Mary 340

Ch. XVI Architecture Based Engineering of Enterprises with Government Involvement John Mo Mo, John Laszlo Nemes Nemes, Laszlo 371

Ch. XVII Collaborative Enterprise Architectures for Municipal Environments Leonidas G. Anthopoulos Anthopoulos, Leonidas G. 392

Ch. XVIII Government Enterprise ArchitecturesEnabling the Alignment of Business Processes and Information Systems Nigel Martin Martin, Nigel Shirley Gregor Gregor, Shirley Dennis Hart Hart, Dennis 409

Compilation of References 438

Index 472

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