Enterprise Architecture being Embraced by the New Administration

Both the Recovery.Gov and Data.Gov applications established by the new administration, focused on increasing transparency and citizen participation in Government are being architected using the still, fairly new, Federal Segment Architecture Methodology(FSAM). Several former detailees to the Federal Enterprise Architecture

Both the Recovery.Gov and Data.Gov applications established by the new administration, focused on increasing transparency and citizen participation in Government are being architected using the still, fairly new, Federal Segment Architecture Methodology(FSAM). Several former detailees to the Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office (FEAPMO) have been called back to lead and contribute to these efforts. While Kshemendra Paul, Chief Architect from the FEAPMO, is managing the development and roll out of Recovery.Gov, Colleen Coggins (CEA) has been detailed from her role as Chief Knowledge Officer at the Department of the Interior, to manage the FEAPMO and the Data.Gov efforts. Both Recovery and Data.Gov were discussed in some detail at the ACT/IAC Architecture Plus Seninar Series on April 16th. With the recent submittal of 566 Segment Architecture Reports by Federal Agencies, it appears the current administration is continuing the use of EA as a primary transformational change mechanism looking for ways to better architect the Government

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