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Enterprise Architecture at the US Environmental Protection Agency

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Enterprise Architecture at the US Environmental Protection Agency

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  1. Enterprise Architecture at the US Environmental Protection Agency John Sullivan, OEI, and Brian Burch, CBP

  2. EPA’s Enterprise Architecture: Evolving in an Evolving World Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  3. Environmental InformationExchange Network An Internet and standards based method for exchanging environmental information between partners! Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  4. New Strategic PlanKeystone of the Architecture 1997 Strategic Plan 2003 Strategic Plan Clean Air Clean Air and Global Climate Clean and Safe Water Clean and Safe Water Safe Food Land Preservation & Restoration Preventing Pollution Healthy Communities & Ecosystems Better Waste Management Compliance & Env. Stewardship Reduce Global Risks • 2003 Plan • Simplified goal structure • Same basic content • Greater specificity of objectives and performance measures • Include cross-goal strategies Expand Right to Know Sound Science Greater Compliance Effective Management Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  5. EPA’s Business Reference Model Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  6. The EPA BRM extends the FEA BRM FEA Business Reference Model v.2.0 EPA Business Reference Model Services to Citizens Mode ofDelivery SupportDelivery ofServices Mgt of Gov. Resources Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  7. EPA Data ArchitectureIdentifies key info objects • 12/02 Target Data Model is a taxonomy • Represents data types essential to EPA ‘Services for Citizens’ • Separate Administrative Data Model supports other levels of the BRM • Now moving toward Strategic Information Model EPA Target Data Model Sources Facilities Substances Environmental Stressors Populations Places Environmental Activities Information References Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  8. Strategic Information ModelIdentifies key info needed by Strategic Plan Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  9. CORE REFERENCE MODEL

  10. EPA’s Application Architecture • Designed to integrate data • A long term commitment to rebuild key Agency applications • Built on shared common services • Data Collection • Data Processing • Data Storage • Data Access • Metadata Registries • Provides EPA’s Exchange Network “node” Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  11. GEO SAS BO REINS Regional Mart Children’s Health Mercury Lead Air Perf Metrics Water Waste Pest & Toxics Enfor & Comp Admin FRS SDWS FED SRS AQS IFMS ICMS EPA’s Application Architecture: Built for Sharing (w/examples) QueriesOut Environmental Portlet Administrative Portlet Science Portlet Business Intel (Appl & Tools ETL Identity Mgt Data Marts EPA Portal Framework for Business Warehouses AIR R e g i s t r i e s Access Mgt DataProcessing ODS (Nat’l Prog) Processing EAI Data In CDX Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  12. State Environmental Department EPA National Emissions Inventory Database RCRAInfo EPA NODE (CDX) Internet Internet Web Server Emissions Reporting (based on TPA) NODE <Emissions Inventory Report> <Site Information> <Facility #><location> <Chemical Info> <limit><.88ppm> DET TPA Single Integrated System Catalog RCRAInfo Reporting (based on TPA) <RCRA Facility Status Report> <Site Information> <Facility #><location> <Status Code> State systems may or may not be integrated. How the Exchange Network pieces fit together Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  13. “Blueprint for aligning our IT infrastructure to meet our business needs” Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  14. “Blueprint for aligning our IT infrastructure to meet our business needs” • Clean Bay • C2K commitments Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  15. “Blueprint for aligning our IT infrastructure to meet our business needs” • Our  partnership • Partnership includes anyone with data, information, knowledge, systems related to the Bay Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  16. “Blueprint for aligning our IT infrastructure to meet our business needs” • Data, information, knowledge, systems Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  17. “Blueprint for aligning our IT infrastructure to meet our business needs” • Action plan Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  18. We (the partnership – anyone with data, information, knowledge, systems related to the Bay) have specific commitments to clean the Bay (10-fold increase in oysters, decrease rate of harmful sprawl by 30%) We (the partnership) need to share data, information, knowledge, systems to effectively track our progress towards the commitments and a clean Bay The IT architecture is our (the partnership’s) plan to cooperatively develop and share data, information, knowledge, systems to support the commitments Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  19. EPA States CBP Current EPA/CBP/State Architecture CBP CIMS Standards DB’s Apps Wsp BayAtlas COMET State DB’s Apps Eyes My WS DCR DSS EPA Standards EPA DB’s • Issues: • Dual Submissions • Dual Standards • Data Versioning, timeliness, multiple “answers” Apps EF Surf WME Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  20. EPA States CBP Leveraging EPA’s Architecture and Infrastructure • Leverage: • State/EPA data • EPA knowledge State EPA State/EPA ECOS Standards DB’s CDX Apps Eyes My WS DCR DSS DB’s Apps EF Surf WME CBP DB’s Apps Wsp BayAtlas COMET Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  21. EPA States CBP CBP’s Conceptual Infrastructure State EPA State/EPA ECOS Standards DB’s CDX Apps Eyes My WS DCR DSS DB’s Apps EF Surf WME CBP CBP Services State/CIMS or existing Standards DB’s Apps Wsp BayAtlas COMET Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  22. EPA States CBP Other Agencies & Orgs CBP’s Conceptual Architecture Other Ag & Orgs States DB’s DB’s Apps ? ? Apps EF Surf WME CBP CBP Services CIMS or existing Standards DB’s Apps Wsp BayAtlas COMET Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  23. Leveraging EPA’s Architecture: Supporting C2K • Data flows • STORET critical • PCS • TRI • Information/knowledge • Indicators • Status & trends • Interpretations • Geospatial blueprint • Accurate, timely land cover data Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  24. Making it happen • EPA: • CDX availability (STORET, etc.) • Beyond data • States: • Submit data via CDX • CBP • Infrastructure to support non-EPA exchanges Enterprise Architecture at EPA

  25. Contacts: John Sullivan, EPA Chief Architect: sullivan.john@epa.gov, 202-566-0328 Brian Burch, Chesapeake Bay Program, burch.brian@epa.gov, 410-267-5736