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BTA Briefing:Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA) Overview Presented by Christal LambertFebruary 3, 2010

bta organization chart
BTA Organization Chart

Director

Deputy Director

  • IT
  • Security
  • Facilities
  • P2P Operations
  • Human Resources
  • Admin Services
  • Communications
  • Comptroller

Chief of Staff

Contracting

Priorities &RequirementsFinancialManagement

Priorities &RequirementsSupply ChainManagement

Priorities &RequirementsHumanResourceManagement

WarfighterRequirements

EnterpriseIntegration

Defense Business Systems Acquisition Executive

Enterprise Planning & Investment

  • CoCOM Engagement
  • Economic Roundtable
  • Warfighter Initiatives
  • Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA)
  • Enterprise Transition Plan Performance Management & Reporting
  • Business Capability Lifecycle External Liaison
  • Integration Assessment Planning
  • ERP Systems
  • Vendor Relationships
  • Stakeholder Education
  • Stakeholder Relationships - PSAs, Components, External DoD
  • Enterprise Initiative Oversight
  • BEA and ETP Support
  • Component Program Implementation
  • DBSAE Program Implementation Support
  • Investment Management Support

Deputy Director

  • PEO: Finance
  • PEO: Sourcing
  • PEO: Human Resources
  • Direct Reporting Programs

Updated: 23JUN2009

why are we building the bea
Why Are We Building the BEA

The NDAA of 2005 Mandated:

  • Development of a Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA) to guide IT business investments
  • Establishment of an Investment Review Board (IRB) process to certify modernization investments over $1M
  • Development of an Enterprise Transition Plan (ETP) to provide an enterprise-wide framework for managing the transition from the “As-Is” state to the “To-Be”

ETP

BEA

  • Describes what the DoD is trying to achieve and when we will get there
  • Establishes a program baseline of which to measure progress
  • Establishes integration of transition plans across the business mission area
  • Provides time-phased milestones, performance metrics, and a statement of the financial and non-financial resource needs
  • Provides a blueprint to guide and constrain investments
  • Guides business management systems modernization efforts
  • Provides foundational data standards and rules
  • Establishes standards for interoperable IT systems
  • Enables accurate, reliable, timely, and compliant information for decision-makers

The Investment Review Board enforces the transformation through the certification process

IRB

foundational questions terms
Foundational Questions/Terms

What is the BEA

  • The enterprise architecture for the DoD that describes the Departments business operations through defined business transformation priorities, the business capabilities required to support those priorities and the combinations of enterprise systems and initiatives that enable those capabilities.

What is Used to Manage the BEA

  • A set of COTS tools and a subset of IMIE capabilities and services that enable development, management and presentation of architecture content.

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major bea releases6
Major BEA Releases
  • Lessons Learned
  • No Boiling the Ocean Approach
  • Establish Firm Baseline
  • Stakeholder Review/Concurrence During Development
  • Business Rules Necessary for Compliance
  • Lessons Learned
  • Establish Enterprise Priorities
  • Perform Architecture Development in Segments
  • Stakeholder Engagement throughout the lifecycle
  • Establish Governance – Requirements and Content
  • Federation not Integration
background cbms beps
Background (CBMs & BEPs)

Who are our people, what are their skills, where

are they located?

Human Resources Management

Who are our industry partners, and what is the

state of our relationship with them?

Weapon System Lifecycle Management

What assets are we providing to support the

warfighter, and where are these assets deployed?

Materiel Supply & Service Management

Core Business Missions

How are we investing our funds to best enable the warfighting mission?

Real Property & Installations Lifecycle Management

Financial Management

Functional Requirements Sources

PV

AV

MV/CSE

RPA

FV

Plan/Budget Procurement IT HR Legal Design/Dev Storage/Trans. Maintenance Disposal

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how is the bea used
How is the BEA Used?

Compliance

  • Require adherence to standard business rules, data, and LRPs

Investment Management/Portfolio Management

  • Drive better investment decisions in accordance with NDAA
  • Improve the ability to uncover and address duplication and redundancies

Transformation

  • Strong linkage with FIAR to review E2E processes
  • Identify logical business segments for audit review

Development

  • System development
  • Architecture development
bea 7 0 release timeline

9/24

12/18

7.0

Content

Freeze

6.2

Content

Freeze

5/05 – 12/18

EP&I Development Cycle

3/1-3/12

Package

&

Deliver

1/11-1/22

Stakeholder Review

1/25-2/5

2/23-2/25

DBSMC Review

CIO Review

BEA 7.0 Release Timeline

10/28

7/29

3/12

Feb

Mar

May

July

Oct

Dec

Jan

Deliver

BEA

7.0

BIP Prioritization & Schedule

Begin Next Release

BEA 6.1

Informational Release

BEA 6.2

Informational Release

Stakeholder

Baseline

CIO

Baseline

DBSMC

Baseline

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BEA 8.0 BIP Process

1 wk

1 month

3 weeks

1 wk

2 wks

1 wk

Collaboration pattern

Collaboration pattern

4/5/2010

12/17/2010

3/11/2010

strategy and roadmap for dod business operations transformation
DoD DCMO BMA CTO & CA

Past (BMA Federation Strategy version 2.4a)

Present(BOE Execution Roadmap)

Future(BMA Architecture Strategy version 3.0)

DoD Strategic Mgmt. Plan (SMP)

DCMO/CIO Policies

Performance Measures

BEA 3.0

CIO - DIEA

CV & Primitives

Initial BOE Experience

Arch. Fed.

MDR

BI

BI

Federation Implementation Plan

Version2.4a

Semantic Technology

BOE Vision

RDF OWL

Roadmap

DataIntegration

BOE Service Enablement

Semantic Mediation & Data Virtualization

Domains

Common Vocabulary

HRM/ MedFMLogisticsRPILMWSLM/MSSM

Execution

Vision & Strategy

Planning & Roadmap

Infrastructure

Governance

DBSAE SOAImp. Strategy

Cloud Strategy

BEA 8.x

Enterprise Standards

(BTI) NCES/CES

CIO/DISA – Federal Cloud

DBSMC/IRBs

DCMO/DCIO; EGB; BECCM

Strategy and Roadmap for DoD Business Operations Transformation

Stds.