EABOK Outline

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The Original EABOK

The | original Enterprise Architecture Body of Knowledge (EABOK) is a guide to Enterprise Architecture produced by | MIRTE (specifically MITRE's Center for Innovative Computing and Informatics.)

The first EABOK was reportedly substantially funded by US government agencies. The | current printable version of EABOK is dated 06-Feb-2004 and was edited by Dr Paula J Hagan. The | EABOK can be found on MITRE's web site | here.

EABOK Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to the Guide
  2. EA Charter and Context
    • Evolution of the Definition of Enterprise Architecture
    • Legislation and Guidance
      • The Evolution of EA-Related Legislation
      • United States Code Sections Relevant to EA
      • Refining EA Guidance through OMB Circulars
      • EA Guidance from the CIO Council
    • Historical Developments in EA
  3. Foundational Practices and Tools for EA Development
    • Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
      • What is an Enterprise Architecture Framework?
      • The Zachman EA Framework – Foundational Ideas
      • Overview of Major Federally-Sponsored Frameworks
      • State and Industry-Sponsored Frameworks
      • Comparing Frameworks
    • Reference Models and Reference Architectures
      • OMB Reference Models: The Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA
      • Net-Centric Operations and Warfare (NCOW) Reference Model (NCOW RM) – Future
      • The Global Information Grid (GIG) – Future
    • Processes for Developing the EA
      • Introduction
      • DODAF Six Step Process
      • MetaGroup Process Model
      • Spewak’s Enterprise Architecture Planning
      • Practical Guide Process
      • TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM)
      • Levis Process for Developing Products for the C4ISR (DODAF) Framework
      • Other EA Development Processes
    • Modeling Methods
      • Introduction
      • The Business Process Model
      • The Data Model – Future
      • Other Modeling Methods – Future
    • Architecture Modeling Tools
      • Types of Architecture Tools and Users
      • Tool Assessment Criteria
      • Assessment Approach
      • Issues with Choosing a Tool
      • Issues with Organizational Use of Automated Tools
      • Recommended Solution
  4. Establishing and Managing the EA Program
      • Determining the Information Needed for the Enterprise Architecture
      • Tailoring EA Products for Specific Circumstances
    • Risks
    • Maturing Agency EA Efforts
      • Vision, Values, and Leadership
      • Areas of Responsibility and Establishing Cooperation
      • Purpose and Scope
      • Simplifications for the Initial EA Products
      • Initial and Maturing Processes
  5. Engineering the EA
    • Engineering Issues for EA Views
      • The Business Architecture View – FUTURE
      • The Data Architecture View
      • Infrastructure – Future
      • Security
    • Component-Based Architectures – Future
    • Federated Architectures – Future
    • Using Reference Models and Reference Architectures – Future
    • Issues with Legacy Systems – Future
    • Achieving Flexibility to Incorporate New Technology - Future
    • Sequencing Plan – Future
  6. Using the Enterprise Architecture
    • Compliance within the Service or Agency – Future
    • EA Use in Transformation - Future
      • Financial
      • Business Operations – EA Use in BPR and Process Improvement – Future.
      • Technical – EA Use in Systems Design and Engineering – FUTURE
      • Organizational – EA Use in Organizational Change Management
  7. Evaluating EA
    • Maturity Models
    • High-Level EA Evaluation Criteria
    • Assessment of EA Products - Future
    • Assessment of EA Development Processes - Future
    • Assessment of EA Usage Processes – Future
    • Assessment of EA Resources – Future
  8. Lessons Learned and Practical Experience
  9. EABOK Glossary

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