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1 Delivering an Information Advantage
Architecture Policy, Processes and Tools Integrated EA Conference 2009 Brian Wilczynski Director Enterprise Architecture and Standards Office of the DoD Deputy Chief Information Officer

2 DoD CIO IM/IT Strategic Plan Delivering an Information Advantage
Vision Lead The DoD Enterprise To Achieve An Information Advantage For Our People And Mission Partners Mission Lead the information age transformation to enhance the Department of Defense’s effectiveness and efficiency Strategic End An agile enterprise empowered by access to and sharing of timely and trusted information 2

3 Integrated Enterprise Architecture
VERSION 15 3/25/ :44 Integrated Enterprise Architecture Architecture Policy/Mandates “Develop, maintain, and facilitate the implementation of a sound and integrated IT architecture for the executive agency” – Clinger-Cohen Act Office of Management and Budget Circular A-130 “Management of Federal Information Resources” DoD Directive “ASD NII / DoD CIO” DoD Directive “Management of the DoD Information Enterprise” NAF FJAWG Federation Strategy Reference Model Maintenance Process SD-106 Policy Documents DoD Directive 8210.x “Architecture in the Department of Defense” Defense Acquisition System Interoperability and Supportability Joint Capability Integration 3 3

4 Enterprise Architecture & Standards Supporting the CIO Mission
Lead The DoD Enterprise To Achieve An Information Advantage For Our People And Mission Partners CIO Vision & Mission Net-Centric Transformation Information as a Strategic Asset Interoperable Infrastructure CIO Strategic Goals Return on Investment IT Work Force Development Assured Information Access DoD Architecture Framework v2.0 (DoDAF) Federated Joint Architecture Working Group (FJAWG) DoDD 8200 Architecture within DoD DoD Architecture Registry System (DARS) Core Enterprise Services to the Tactical Edge DoDI 8210.xx Architecting DoD Enterprise DoDM 8210.xx DoD Architecture Federation DoD Information Enterprise Architecture v1.1 International Defense Enterprise Architecture Specification (IDEAS) Initiatives Outreach EA Conferences * Summit * Vendors * DKO Maritime Domain Awareness DoD Architecture Strategy 4

5 Delivering an Information Advantage
Architectural and Decision Making Processes Joint Capabilities Integration and Development (JCIDS) IT Architectures are required and are essential parts of each decision-making process DEFINE CJCSI C, CJCSM Define the Force and Force Capabilities Planning Programming Budgeting Execution (PPBE) Defense Acquisition BUILD DODD , DODI BUILD DODD , DODI Acquire and Equip the Force and Force Capabilities Allocate Resources for the Force and Force Capabilities Interoperability and Supportability Assess and Certify System Interoperability DODD , DODI , CJCSI E 5 5

6 Delivering an Information Advantage
Provide an Integrated Compliance Toolset DARS Federated Catalog Data Sources DoDAF MetaModel (DM2) Tuple Type Tuple Type Federal & Local Govt Obj Exchg Exchange Specification DoD Data Tags DoDAF FEA Web Services OO / UML, UPDM, IDEF Coalition XML, XMI Tools USAF DISR Databases ARMY NAVY IDEAS JCME (JFCOM) USMC DITPR FSAM E-ISP VUE-IT External Data Standards Data Mining Exchange Standards Modeling Tools 6

7 “Fit for Purpose” Architecture Descriptions

8 DoDAF 2.0 Viewpoints Capability Viewpoint Operational Viewpoint
VERSION 15 3/25/ :44 DoDAF 2.0 Viewpoints Overarching aspects of architecture context that relate to all views All Viewpoint Articulate the data relationships and alignment structures in the architecture content Data and Information Viewpoint Articulate applicable Operational, Business, Technical, and Industry policy, standards, guidance, constraints, and forecasts Standards Viewpoint Systems Viewpoint Articulate the legacy systems or independent systems, their composition, interconnectivity, and context providing for, or supporting, DoD functions Services Viewpoint Articulate the performers, activities, services, and their exchanges providing for, or supporting, DoD functions Operational Viewpoint Articulate operational scenarios, processes, activities & requirements Capability Viewpoint Articulate the capability requirement, delivery timing, and deployed capability Describes the relationships between operational and capability requirements and the various projects being implemented; Details dependencies between capability management and the Defense Acquisition System process. Project Viewpoint CT 8 8

9 DoDAF Metamodel (DM2) 9


11 IEA Priorities Data and Services Deployment (DSD) – Decouple data and services from the applications and systems that provide them, allowing them to be visible, accessible, understandable and trusted. Lay the foundation for moving the DoD to a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). Secured Availability (SA) – Ensure data and services are secured and trusted across DoD. Allow users to discover data and services and access them based upon their authorization. Computing Infrastructure Readiness (CIR) – Provide the necessary computing infrastructure and related services to allow the DoD to dynamically respond to computing needs and to balance loads across the infrastructure. Communications Readiness (CR) – Ensure that an evolvable transport infrastructure is in place that provides adequate bandwidth and end-to-end, seamless net-centric communications capability across all GIG assets. NetOps Agility (NOA) – Enable the continuous ability to easily access, manipulate, manage and share any information, from any location at any time.

12 DoD Architecture Federation
DoD Enterprise Architecture Tools Ref Models Tech Stds Arch Guidance Laws, Regs, and Policy DITPR DoD EA RM DISR DODAF Laws Regs Policy Force Application TAMD Building Partnerships BEA Joint Capability Areas Command & Control GLOBAL C2 JIAMDO C2 Net-centric NC CPM Arch IEA GIG IA Architecture Battlespace Awareness Protection Logistics RP&ILM MS&SM JDDA-E Force Support HRM HRM Architecture Corporate Management & Support WSLM FM SOCOM DISA DLA NSA NRO NGA DIA Other Dept of Army Dept of Navy Dept of Air Force Army Architecture DON Architecture Air Force Architecture Solution Architectures

13 Lessons Learned Architecture must be a senior-level leadership priority. Architecture becomes relevant when it is integrated into the major decision-making processes of an organization. Architecture needs to be described within the terms of the consumer. Complexity needs to be understood and managed.

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