Enterprise Architecture Governance Plan


 This Enterprise Architecture (EA) Governance Plan describes the key enterprise architecture stakeholders, including roles and responsibilities related to various management functions, decision-making activities, and oversight processes.

The Enterprise Architecture (EA) Governance Plan provides information and capabilities that support numerous other programs, with current and planned uses for the EA including:
- Supporting strategic planning and alignment of business and goals and objectives
- Maintaining baseline and target architecture information in a centralized repository
- Providing and managing technical infrastructure and EA tools available
- Defining a performance management framework for measuring success of initiatives
- Supporting Enterprise Performance Life Cycle (EPLC) processes and activities
- Supporting investment technical review and approval
- Identifying technical and process improvement opportunities
- Supporting Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) processes
- Supporting information security management processes
- Identifying opportunities for collaboration, reuse, data sharing and consolidation
- Documenting enterprise service capabilities
- Defining, publishing, and enforcing compliance with technical standards
- Ensuring alignment with enterprise-wide initiatives

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