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Chief Architects Forum June 29, 2009. Target Segmentation Activities John Sullivan, AIC Governance Subcommittee Co-Chair. Analysis of EASR v1.1 Submissions. Government-wide: 566 discrete segments reported Wide variation of scope and granularity of segments Data quality improvements needed

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Chief architects forum june 29 2009

Chief Architects ForumJune 29, 2009

Target Segmentation Activities

John Sullivan, AIC Governance Subcommittee Co-Chair


Analysis of easr v1 1 submissions
Analysis of EASR v1.1 Submissions

Government-wide: 566 discrete segments reported

Wide variation of scope and granularity of segments

Data quality improvements needed

Alignment with Exhibit 53 essential

Will require some remapping of investments to either segments or BRMs

Major future improvements are being addressed:

Improve submission process and tools

Harmonize with other management data collections

Targeted data quality improvements

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Desired segment architecture outcomes
Desired Segment Architecture Outcomes

Expedite and reduce costs of agency segment architecture development efforts by:

Leveraging “completed” segments

Sharing/reusing architecturally actionable artifacts

Standardize segment architectures within Lines of Business and across agencies, where advantageous.

Maximize awareness and use of reference architectures

Improve integration of segment architectures, as well as CPIC and budget processes

Clearly define LoB architectures with:

Clearly defined interface/integration points, within and across LoBs

Clarity of how agencies engage LoBs with process, data, and service perspectives

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Priority target segment standardization
Priority Target Segment Standardization

  • Mission Segments: Focus on interoperability and Information Sharing

  • Business Segments: Focus on shared common architectures and services

  • Mission Segments: Focus on standardized reference architectures

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Core Mission – Potential Segments

  • Funding levels based upon current public Exhibit 53 data


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Potential Business Segments

  • Funding levels based upon current public Exhibit 53 data


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Potential Enterprise Segments

  • Funding levels based upon current public Exhibit 53 data


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FEA Segment Analysis by Agency(February)

*data based on 2/27/09 submission

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Framework for Segment Harmonization

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Segment definition financial management
Segment Definition: Financial Management

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Segment definition it infrastructure
Segment Definition: IT Infrastructure

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Segment definition information sharing
Segment Definition: Information Sharing

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Chief architects forum june 29 2009

Pertinent Timeline

  • July 2 – Agencies complete EASR update

  • July 6th week – update of EASR analytics

  • July 10th – MAX wiki open for standard segmentation definition and editing

  • July 28th - Standard Segment Workshop

  • Early August – Vetting of recommendations

  • August - Agency Feed-back meetings with recommendations for standard segments

  • August/September – Coordination of EASR updates with Draft Exhibit 53 submissions


Open discussion and close
Open Discussion and Close

Questions?

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