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Mark Griffith State of North Carolina - Senior Enterprise Architect Thursday, September 11, 2003, 1:15 PM - 2:30 PM · STRATEGY and PLANNING · QUALITY ASSURANCE ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANCE Developing a Results-Driven Enterprise Architecture
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 2 Agenda Overview of North Carolina IT Governance IT Project Review Process Life Cycle of IT Investments Overview of the NC Enterprise Architecture Enterprise Architecture Review Findings Overview of the Resulting Changes to the EA
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 3 Governor’s Office Governmental Lines of Business (Also Known as State Agencies) State CTO Head of ETS COO CFO CSO CRM & Public Relations State Chief Information Officer Statewide IT Procurement Statewide IT Leadership Central IT Agency NC IT Governance
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 4 Enterprise Technology Strategies Office Review agency IT projects and recommend approval to governing bodies. Provide leadership, guidance, and mentoring to agencies on approaches to IT, IT procurement, and IT project management. Independent Verification & Validation on key projects, services, and systems. Provide enterprise IT planning and strategies for the State CIO and governing bodies. NC IT Governance
September 11, 2003 © State of North Carolina 2003 5 NC IT Governance Governor State Chief Information Officer Information Resource Management Commission Other IT Boards and Commissions North Carolina General Assembly Appoint Representation Support Advice Appoint
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 6 Project Closeout Project Review & Closeout Project Review Process Monthly Project Status Reporting and Independent QA Reviews IRMC Project Certification Project Concept Definition Project Implementation Agency Strategic Plan Business Case Statewide and agency technical architectures - security & application architectures
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 7 Life Cycle of IT Investments Phase 1 – Planning, Budgeting and Funding Budgeting and Funding (State Expansion Budget Process) (State Expansion Budget Process) Phase 3 - Operation, Maintenance and Retirement Phase 2 - Project Certification and Implementation oPotential Investments Approved by Agency oPotential Investments Certified by State CIO and Reviewed by IRMC oPotential Investments Included in Governor’s Budget oProjects Funded by General Assembly oCandidate IT Investments for Agency Review oOperational Assets Under Budget Review for Cost- Effectiveness oCompleted Projects Creating Operational Assets oProjects Being Implemented oCertified Projects NCEnterpriseArchitecture
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 8 North Carolina Enterprise Architecture It is an Enterprise-Wide Technical Architecture; we call it a Statewide Technical Architecture. It is NOT currently an Enterprise Business or Information Architecture. It is NOT a product list. We have a mature architecture. We began using the STA as a framework for projects in 1997. We recently completed a self-directed review. IT In North Carolina
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 9 EA Review Findings We Found That: Agencies often had difficulty interpreting the principles, practices, and standards. There was resistance, on the part of some agencies, to following the STA. The technical architecture was not very usable. The technical architecture was not current. Change happened very slowly. The architecture team was too small.
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 10 EA Review Findings We Found That: The technical architecture was too narrowly focused. There were inconsistencies in the architecture. We did not have a way of measuring whether having an Enterprise Architecture was having the desired effect. The supporting products and processes were often poorly defined.
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 11 Presentations Glossary Workgroups & Committees White Papers Purchasing Contracts Implementation Guidelines Policies & Legislation Principles, Practices, Standards Architecture Products Informational items that comprise the enterprise technical architecture.
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 12 NC Enterprise Architecture Maturity Review Evergreen Strategy Training Plan Content Development Governance Architecture Processes Processes are the methods used to maintain the Architecture.
September 11, 2003 © Copyright State of North Carolina 2003 13 Contact Information Mark Griffith Senior Enterprise Architect Mark.Griffith@NCMail.Net State of North Carolina Enterprise Technology Strategies Office PO Box 17209 Raleigh, North Carolina 27619-7209 North Carolina Enterprise Architecture Website http://www.ncsta.gov
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