Treasury Enterprise Architecture Framework – Does not Exist Anymore

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  • #99421

    Srinidhi Boray

    Country’s first Enterprise Architecture Framework that doyens like John Zachman were involved in creating. Does not exist anymore. What remains are pulverized elements, which does not need any epitaphs nor coffin to be buried.

    When I first voiced this, I was mildly rebuked and also suggested that probably no agency will ever hire me again.
    The very instrument that were to promote transparency and accountability have been subjected to sacrilege.
  • #99429

    Gary Berg-Cross

    Well isn’t this because it was absorbed by the Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF)?
    It seems like Enterprise Architecture and some Frames will be with us for a while and just adding version numbers.

  • #99427

    Srinidhi Boray

    FEAF does exist. But TEAF does not at Treasury.

    Either way there is no legitimate EA data at Treasury to do any meaningful planning. Also, FEAF is not used for planning. It is FSAM, by OMB

    Checkout the Chasm between FSAM and FEAF

  • #99425

    Srinidhi Boray

    An email to me : Last year “Srinidhi I would be careful to put anything on Facebook ot any social site that’s negative about an agency. It can only hurt you and has no effect on the agency.”

  • #99423

    Srinidhi Boray

    Cognitive dissonance that fraughts FSAM

    A deliberate agenda to hide the misgivings. This is why no major nor minor investments align correctly with the agency missions.

    Who pocketed the spent dollars???’s-fea-segment-architecture-based-planning/

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