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Brian Wilczynski Director Enterprise Architecture and Standards Office of the DoD Deputy Chief Information Officer [email protected] Delivering an Information Advantage Architecture Policy, Processes and Tools Integrated EA Conference 2009.

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Brian wilczynski director enterprise architecture and standards office of the dod deputy chief information officer brian

Brian Wilczynski

Director

Enterprise Architecture and Standards

Office of the DoD Deputy Chief Information [email protected]

Delivering an Information Advantage

Architecture Policy, Processes and Tools

Integrated EA Conference 2009


Dod cio im it strategic plan delivering an information advantage

DoD CIO IM/IT Strategic PlanDelivering an Information Advantage

  • Vision

  • Lead The DoD Enterprise To Achieve An Information Advantage For Our People And Mission Partners

  • Mission

  • Lead the information age transformation to enhance the Department of Defense’s effectiveness and efficiency

  • Strategic End

  • An agile enterprise empowered by access to and sharing of timely and trusted information

http://www.defenselink.mil/cio-nii/docs/DoDCIO_Strat_Plan.pdf


Brian wilczynski director enterprise architecture and standards office of the dod deputy chief information officer brian

Integrated Enterprise Architecture

Architecture Policy/Mandates

“Develop, maintain, and facilitate the

implementation of a sound and integrated

IT architecture for the executive agency” – Clinger-Cohen Act

Office of Management and Budget Circular A-130

“Management of Federal Information Resources”

DoD Directive 5144.1

“ASD NII / DoD CIO”

DoD Directive 8000.01

“Management of the DoD Information Enterprise”

DoD Directive 8210.x

“Architecture in the Department of Defense”

Defense Acquisition System

Interoperability and Supportability

Joint Capability Integration

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Enterprise architecture standards supporting the cio mission

Enterprise Architecture & StandardsSupporting the CIO Mission

Lead The DoD Enterprise To Achieve An Information Advantage For Our People And Mission Partners

CIO Vision &

Mission

Net-Centric Transformation

Information as a Strategic Asset

Interoperable Infrastructure

CIO Strategic

Goals

Return on Investment

IT Work Force Development

Assured Information Access

DoDD 8200

Architecture within DoD

DoD Architecture Framework

v2.0 (DoDAF)

Federated Joint Architecture Working Group (FJAWG)

DoDI 8210.xx

Architecting DoD Enterprise

Core Enterprise Services to the Tactical Edge

DoD Architecture Registry System (DARS)

DoDM 8210.xx

DoD Architecture Federation

International Defense Enterprise Architecture Specification (IDEAS)

DoD Information Enterprise Architecture v1.1

Initiatives

DoD Architecture Strategy

Maritime Domain Awareness

Outreach

EA Conferences * Summit * Vendors * DKO


Brian wilczynski director enterprise architecture and standards office of the dod deputy chief information officer brian

Delivering an Information Advantage

Architectural and Decision Making Processes

Joint

Capabilities

Integration and

Development

(JCIDS)

IT Architectures

are required and are

essential parts of each decision-making process

DEFINE

CJCSI 3170.01C, CJCSM 3170.01

Define the Force and

Force Capabilities

Planning

Programming

Budgeting

Execution

(PPBE)

Defense

Acquisition

BUILD

DODD 5000.1,

DODI 5000.2

BUILD

DODD 7045.14,

DODI 7045.7

Acquire and Equip

the Force and

Force Capabilities

Allocate Resources for

the Force and

Force Capabilities

Interoperability and

Supportability

Assess and Certify System Interoperability

DODD 4630.5, DODI 4630.8, CJCSI 6212.01E

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Brian wilczynski director enterprise architecture and standards office of the dod deputy chief information officer brian

USMC

USAF

JCME

(JFCOM)

NAVY

Delivering an Information Advantage

Provide an Integrated Compliance Toolset

DARS

Federated Catalog

Data Sources

DoDAF

MetaModel (DM2)

Tuple Type

Tuple Type

Federal &

Local Govt

Obj Exchg

Exchange

Specification

DoD

Data

Tags

Web Services

FEA

DoDAF

OO / UML, UPDM, IDEF

Coalition

XML, XMI

Tools

DISR

Databases

ARMY

IDEAS

FSAM

E-ISP

VUE-IT

DITPR

External

Data Standards

Exchange Standards

Modeling Tools

Data Mining


Fit for purpose architecture descriptions

“Fit for Purpose” Architecture Descriptions


Brian wilczynski director enterprise architecture and standards office of the dod deputy chief information officer brian

Capability Viewpoint

Articulate the capability requirement, delivery timing, and deployed capability

Operational Viewpoint

Articulate operational scenarios, processes, activities & requirements

Project Viewpoint

Describes the relationships between operational and capability requirements and the various projects being implemented; Details dependencies between capability management and the Defense Acquisition System process.

Standards Viewpoint

Articulate applicable Operational, Business, Technical, and Industry policy, standards, guidance, constraints, and forecasts

Data and Information Viewpoint

Articulate the data relationships and alignment structures in the architecture content

All Viewpoint

Overarching aspects of architecture context that relate to all views

Services Viewpoint

Articulate the performers, activities, services, and their exchanges providing for, or supporting, DoD functions

Systems Viewpoint

Articulate the legacy systems or independent systems, their composition, interconnectivity, and context providing for, or supporting, DoD functions

DoDAF 2.0 Viewpoints


Brian wilczynski director enterprise architecture and standards office of the dod deputy chief information officer brian

DoDAF Metamodel (DM2)


Www defenselink mil cio nii sites diea

www.defenselink.mil/cio-nii/sites/diea


Iea priorities

IEA Priorities

Data and Services Deployment (DSD) – Decouple data and services from the applications and systems that provide them, allowing them to be visible, accessible, understandable and trusted. Lay the foundation for moving the DoD to a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).

Secured Availability (SA) – Ensure data and services are secured and trusted across DoD. Allow users to discover data and services and access them based upon their authorization.

Computing Infrastructure Readiness (CIR) – Provide the necessary computing infrastructure and related services to allow the DoD to dynamically respond to computing needs and to balance loads across the infrastructure.

Communications Readiness (CR) – Ensure that an evolvable transport infrastructure is in place that provides adequate bandwidth and end-to-end, seamless net-centric communications capability across all GIG assets.

NetOps Agility (NOA) – Enable the continuous ability to easily access, manipulate, manage and share any information, from any location at any time.


Dod architecture federation

DoD Architecture Federation

DoD Enterprise Architecture

Tools

Ref Models

Tech Stds

Arch Guidance

Laws, Regs, and Policy

DITPR

DoD EA RM

DISR

DODAF

Laws

Regs

Policy

Force Application

TAMD

Building Partnerships

BEA

Joint Capability Areas

Command & Control

GLOBAL C2

JIAMDO C2

NC CPM Arch

Net-centric

IEA

Battlespace Awareness

GIG IA Architecture

Protection

Logistics

JDDA-E

RP&ILM

MS&SM

Force Support

HRM

HRM Architecture

Corporate Management & Support

FM

WSLM

Dept of Army

Dept of Navy

Dept of Air Force

SOCOM

Other

DIA

NGA

NRO

NSA

DLA

DISA

Army

Architecture

DON

Architecture

Air Force

Architecture

Solution Architectures


Lessons learned

Lessons Learned

  • Architecture must be a senior-level leadership priority.

  • Architecture becomes relevant when it is integrated into the major decision-making processes of an organization.

  • Architecture needs to be described within the terms of the consumer.

  • Complexity needs to be understood and managed.


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