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  1. BY 2005 CPIC and A-11 Changes Training April 2, 2003 Part II.A - Architecture Responding to OMB Questions Leslie Roberts, Senior Enterprise Architect, Office of the Chief Information Officer

  2. Exhibit 300 Part I. Capital Asset Plan and Business Case (All Assets) A. --- B. --- C. ---- D. ----- Part II. Additional Business Case Criteria for Information Technology A. Enterprise Architecture 1. Business 2. Data 3. Applications and Technology B. Security and Privacy ----- -----

  3. Architecture - The Questions II. A. 1 Business A. Is this project identified in your agency’s enterprise architecture? If not, why not? B Explain how it conforms to your departmental (entire agency) enterprise architecture. C Briefly describe how this initiative supports the identified Lines of Business and Sub-Functions of the Federal Business Architecture. D Was this project approved through the EA Review committee at your agency? E What are the major process simplification/reengineering/design projects that are required as part of this initiative? F What are the major organization restructuring, training, and change management projects that are required?

  4. Architecture - The Questions (continued) II. A. 2 Data A. What types of data will be used in this project? (Add examples of data types such as health, etc.) B. Does the data for this project already exist at the Federal, State, or Local level? If so, what are your plans to gain access to that data? C. Are there legal reasons why this data cannot be transferred? If so, what are they and did you adress them in the barriers and risk sections above? D. If this initiative processes spatial data, identify planned investments for spatial data and demonstrate how the agency ensures compliance with the Federal Geographic Data Committee standards required by OMB Circular A-16? E. If this activity involves the acquisition, handling, or storage of information that will be disseminated to the public or used to support information that will be disseminated to the public, explain how it will comply with your agency’s Information Quality guidelines. NOTE: OMB intents to add a records management tracking question, however, the details of the question have not yet been established.

  5. Architecture - The Questions (continued) • II. A. 3 Application and Technology • Discuss this initiative/project in relationship to the application and technology layers of the EA. Include a discussion of hardware, applications, infrastructure, e-business technologies, web technologies, component based architectures, etc. • Include information from the Federal Enterprise Architecture – specifically the Solutions Reference Model and the Technical Reference Model. • B Are all of the hardware, applications, and infrastructure requirements for this project included in the Technical Reference Model? If not, please explain.

  6. The Architectures Federal – 24 Lines of Business, 5 models/layers InteriorDepartment 17 Lines of Business IEA BIA Supplement IEA BOR Supplement IEA NBC Supplement IEA BLM Supplement IEA GS Supplement

  7. Exhibit 300 Architecture – Responses to OMB Questions Section II. A. Enterprise Architecture  II.A.1 Business A.   Is this project identified in your agency'senterprise architecture? If not, why? B.    Explain how this project conforms to your departmental (entire agency) enterprise architecture. This means the DOI IEA!

  8. How OMB Views the Ideal Architecture

  9. How OMB Views the Ideal Architecture Security Data Mgmt Applications Infrastructure

  10. II. A. 1. Business A. Is this project identified in your agency's enterprise architecture? If not, why? Response is based on the scope and phase of the project: Scope of Initiative Life Cycle Phase

  11. Interior-wide or cross-bureau New or Developmental If your project is Interior-wide or cross-bureau, The IEA applies, and language similar to the following may be used: Language For New and Developmental Projects: “Interior has developed its high level architecture, and is currently in the process of mid-level development. To date, we have established our Common Requirements Vision, our Conceptual Architecture and associated principles, and our Technical Reference Model. A Conceptual Migration and Implementation Plan had been developed, containing a number of infrastructure and policy-related initiatives. Program initiatives will be identified in the near future. This project is being developed in accordance with the IEA documents, and they or any future revision of them will be included as requirements in any contracts for this project. Any exceptions are noted in the subsequent questions related to the specific architecture layers.”

  12. Interior-wide or cross-bureau Operational or Near Operational If your project is Interior-wide or cross-bureau, The IEA applies, and language similar to the following may be used: Language for Operational or Near-Operational Systems: “Interior has developed its high-level Enterprise Architecture and is currently in the process of mid-level development. To date, we have established our Common Requirements Vision, our Conceptual Architecture and associated principles, and our Technical Reference Model. This project was initiated and developed prior to development of the architecture. As such, it is part of Interior’s “As Is” architecture. It has been compared against the IEA guidance requirements, and meets some of them. As the project is modified or replaced, each iteration will move toward fuller conformance with the IEA.”

  13. If your project or initiative is confined solely to your bureau: Bureau Unique It is a Bureau-Specific Initiative, and the IEA should be applied to the extent possible. In addition, each bureau with such unique business needs is required to develop supplemental architectural requirements and guidance for those specific cases, and the initiative should adhere to those bureau-specific architectural artifacts. Language similar to the following should be used: “Interior has developed its high-level Enterprise Architecture, and is currently in the process of mid-level development. The IEA is a federated model, with only a certain percentage of it pertaining to cross cutting initiatives. Only the Interior Enterprise Architecture Bureau supplemental architecture applies to this project because its requirements are bureau unique.” < and either >

  14. A.  The project is being developed in conformance with the <name of bureau> supplemental enterprise architecture, and with the overall IEA to the extent possible” (new and developmental projects) Bureau Unique New or Developmental < Or > B. This project was initiated and developed prior to development of either the IEA or the bureau supplemental architecture. As the bureau architecture supplement is developed, and the project is modified or replaced, each iteration will move toward fuller enterprise architectural conformance to the extent possible.” (operational systems) Bureau Unique Operational or Near Operational

  15. (Conformance with Agency Enterprise Architecture) II. A. 1. Business (cont.) B.  Explain how this project conforms to your departmental (entire agency) enterprise architecture • The Interior Enterprise Architecture is described in the: • Common Requirements Vision (CRV), • Conceptual Architecture Principles (CAP), and the • Technical Reference Model (TRM). • located at http://www.doi.gov/OCIO/architecture. • You, the project manager, need to review each document, and identify which areas your project relates to, and how it conforms. http://www.doi.gov/OCIO/architecture.

  16. Classic Development Process and DOI Model to Date Business Data Applications Technology (Conformance with Agency Enterprise Architecture, cont)

  17. More Specifically: • Business Layer – Compare your project to the Common Requirements Vision, the Conceptual Architecture Principles, and the Agency Strategic and annual performance plans. Note any items that do not apply, or which your project does not conform to. Explain why. • Data Layer - Compare your project to applicable sections of the CRV and Conceptual Architecture, but also specifically with the Data Management Domain. Note any items that do not apply, or which your project does not conform to. Explain why. (Conformance with Agency Enterprise Architecture)

  18. (Conformance with Agency Enterprise Architecture. Cont.) • Application Layer – Discuss in relation to the CRV, The Conceptual Architecture Principles and the TRM as it relates to Application Development • Technology Layer – How does this project relate to the applicable TRM domains, e.g. Platforms, Networks, Middleware, etc. • Respond by listing what your project requires in these areas, and compare to each appropriate entry in the IEA TRM. Rate each of the components/ applications, etc. chosen for the project according to its classification in the TRM. (Preferred, contained, etc.) http://www.doi.gov/OCIO/architecture • .

  19. Federal Business Architecture II. A. 1. Business (cont.) C. Briefly describe how this initiative supports the identified Lines of Business and sub-Functions of the Federal Business Architecture. The Federal Enterprise Architecture Business Reference Model is located at http://www.feapmo.gov. The Business Reference Model lists (and depicts graphically) each of the major business lines within the Federal Government, and the associated sub-functions within each business line. Compare your project with all of the lines of business lines and sub-functions, identifying all those supported by your initiative. http://www.feapmo.gov.

  20. (Federal Business Architecture, cont)

  21. Business-Driven Approach Component-Based Architecture Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) The FEA is being constructed through a collection of inter-related “reference models” designed to facilitate cross-agency collaboration, and horizontal / vertical information sharing Performance Reference Model (PRM) • Government-wide Performance Measures & Outcomes • Line of Business-Specific Performance Measures & Outcomes Owned by Line of Business Owners Business Reference Model (BRM) • Lines of Business • Agencies, Customers, Partners Service Component Reference Model (SRM) • Capabilities and Functionality • Services and Access Channels Owned by CIO Council Data Reference Model (DRM) • Business-focused data standardization • Cross-Agency Information exchanges Technical Reference Model (TRM) • IT Services • Standards (Federal Business Architecture, cont)

  22. Owned Owned by by Component Component Component Component Line of Line of Business Business Owners Owners - - - - Based Architecture Based Architecture Based Architecture Based Architecture Owned Owned by by CIO CIO Council Council We will be aligning this terminology in the near future Federal Models DOI Layers Performance Reference Model (PRM) Performance • Government - wide Performance Measures & Outcomes • Line of Business - Specific Performance Measures & Outcomes Business Business Business Reference Model (BRM) Business • Lines of Business - - • Agencies, Customers, Partners Service Component Reference Model (SRM) Applications /Solutions • Capabilities and Functionality Driven Approach Driven Approach • Services and Access Channels Data Reference Model (DRM) Data/ Information • Business - focused data standardization • Cross - Agency Information exchanges Technical Reference Model (TRM) Technical • IT Services • Standards (Federal Business Architecture, cont)

  23. FEA Service for Citizens Business Lines Reported Interior Line of Business and Sub-Function Mapping to Federal Business Reference Model (Federal Business Architecture, cont)

  24. FEA Modes of Delivery Reported Interior Line of Business and Sub-Function Mapping to Federal Business Reference Model (Federal Modes of Delivery Totals: 7 Lines of Business 20 subfunctions) (Federal Business Architecture, cont)

  25. FYI… Federal Service for Citizens Business Area Total: 20 Lines of Business 73 subfunctions (Federal Business Architecture, cont)

  26. II. A. 1. Business (cont.) D.  Was this project approved through the EA Review committee at your agency? At Interior, the IT Management Council, consisting of the CIOs and their Deputies, performs the function of the EA Review committee. Your capital planning official should be able to advise you as to when your project is presented to the ITMC, when it is approved, and whether the project needs additional work. All projects meeting the thresholds must come before the ITMC via the capital planning process, whether cross-cutting or bureau-specific.

  27. II. A. 1. Business (cont.) E. What are the major process simplification/ reengineering /design projects that are required as part of this initiative? Self explanatory. F. What are the major organization restructuring, training, and change management projects that are required? Self explanatory.

  28. II.A.2 Data A. What types of data will be used in this project? Add examples of data types such as health, etc. Self explanatory B. Does the data needed for this project already exist at the Federal, State, or Local level? If so, what are your plans to gain access to that data? Self explanatory     C. Are there legal reasons why this data cannot be transferred? If so, what are they and did you address them in the barriers and risk sections above? Self explanatory

  29. II.A.2. Data (continued)      D. If this initiative processes spatial data, identify planned investments for spatial data and demonstrate how the agency ensures compliance with the Federal Geographic Data Committee standards required by OMB Circular A-16. Self explanatory. Also, describe how the project conforms to the Geospatial Domain guidance in the IEA Technical Reference Model. http://www.doi.gov/ocio/architecture

  30. II.A.2. Data (continued)      E. If this initiative involves the acquisition, handling, or storage of information that will be disseminated to the public or used to support information that will be disseminated to the public, explain how it will comply with your agency’s Information Quality guidelines. Interior’s Information Quality guidelines can be found at: http://www.doi.gov/ Select “About DOI” (2nd line center)      F. NOTE: OMB plans to add a records management tracking question, however, the details of this question have not yet been established. You will receive notification when the question has been prepared.

  31. II.A.3 Application and Technology A. Discuss this initiative/project in relationship to the application and technology layers of the EA. Include a discussion of hardware, applications, infrastructure, e-business technologies, web technologies, component based architectures,etc. Application Layer – The IEA has not identified specific applications in the architecture to date, however, application projects must be developed in accordance with the Conceptual Requirements Visions, the Conceptual Architecture Principles, and the TRM sections applicable to applications, such as system development and data management. Note any items that do not apply, or which your project does not conform with. Explain why. Initiatives will be evaluated at the ITMC and the MIT to ensure that proposed applications move us in the direction of the target architecture. Technology Layer – How does this project relate to the applicable TRM domains, e.g. Platforms, Networks, Middleware, etc .Note any items that do not apply, or which your project does not conform with. Explain why.

  32. II.A.3 Application and Technology (continued) B.  Are all of the hardware, applications, and infrastructure requirements for this project included in the EA Technical Reference Model? If not, please explain Respond by listing what your project’s requirements are in the areas of hardware, applications, and infrastructure. Compare each to the appropriate section of the TRM. Rate each of you project’s requirements according to the classification (Preferred, contained, etc.) stated in the TRM. NOTE: Your bureau architect may be able to help you with this.

  33. BUREAU/OFFICE Name Phone OS (Chair, Sr. Architect) Faye Lee 202-208-5436 Sr. Enterprise Architect Leslie Roberts 202-208-5439 Dept. Data Resource Mgr Suzanne Acar 202-208-3216 BIA Mike Jones 703-390-6312 BLM Colleen Coggins 202-452-0368 BOR Pam Hajny 303-445-3009 FWS Al Fisher 303-275-2413 MMS Jim Feagans 703-787-1327 NBC Martin Quinlan 303-969-7228 NPS Sue Hawkins 303-969-2026 & Dom Nessi 202-565-1024 Trust Architect Carl Huls 202-208-5419 OS-PAM Pete Horsley 202-208-3347 OS-PFM Clarence Smith 202-208-3253 OSM Doug Wink 202-208-2909 OST Bob McKenna ? 505-816-1170 USGS Stu Doescher 605-594-6013 Interior Architecture Working Group

  34. Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office (FEA PMO) http://www.feapmo.gov Interior Enterprise Architecture http://www.doi.gov/ocio/architecture Interior Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office • Faye Lee, Chief Architect 202-208-5436 faye_lee@ios.doi.gov • Leslie Roberts, Sr. Enterprise Architect 202-208-5439 leslie_roberts@ios.doi.gov • Suzanne Acar, Data Resource Program Manager 202-208-3216 suzanne_acar@ios.doi.gov