FEA Reference Models Overview 2.2

This chapter introduces the purposes and structures of the five Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) reference models v2.2

The five reference models in Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) are:
• Performance Reference Model (PRM)
• Business Reference Model (BRM)
• Service Component Reference Model (SRM)
• Technical Reference Model (TRM)
• Data Reference Model (DRM)

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