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1 U.S. General Services Administration George Thomas, GSA Enterprise Chief Architect, FCIOC-AIC Service Subcommittee Co-chair, OMG GovDTF Steering Committee OMG GovDTF Model Based Acquisition RFI OMG Gov Info Days, 3/11/08

2 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, OMG GovDTF MBA RFI Model Based Acquisition (MBA) –Is the application of MDA standards and related practices to the sourcing and procurement of IT in the Federal Enterprise Office of Personnel Management (OPM) –Context, Challenge, Action, Result (CCAR) Office of Management and Budget Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office (OMB FEA-PMO) –Enterprise, Segment, Solution Architecture –Baseline, Target, Transition Strategy, Sequence Plan Object Management Group (OMG) Business Modeling and Integration Domain Task Force (BMIDTF) –Business Motivation Metamodel (BMI) : SWOT assessment, goals and objectives, strategies and tactics –MDA : CIM, PIM, PSM, PSI Community Correlation (OPM/OMB/OMG) –Context = baseline = SWOT assessment –Challenge = target = goals and objectives –Action = transition strategy = strategies and tactics –Result = sequence plan = desired (results) outcomes

3 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, BMI BMM Terms and Concepts Assessments are judgements of influencers affects on the FEA-CoP –A strength is an assessment that an influencer is positive, an advantage that can be exploited –A weakness is an assessment that an influencer is negative, a disadvantage that may need to be corrected –An opportunity is an assessment that an influencer is positive, a chance that can be seized in the evolution of transformational Government –A threat is an assessment that an influencer is negative, a danger that may need to be averted A goal is something the FEA-CoP is trying to achieve A course of action is something the FEA-CoP does to achieve a desired result (effect) –A strategy is a broad, lasting course of action, a tactic is a narrow, fleeting course of action –An influencer is something that can affect the FEA-CoP ability to achieve its goals or implement its strategies –An actuator is an influencer that is can be considered as a quantity that may increase or decrease over time A desired result is a generalization of FEA-CoP goals and objectives –An objective quantifies a goal by specifying timing and measurement

4 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, OMG BMI Business Motivation Metamodel Enables Performance Improvement Lifecycle (PIL) traceability CompletionUse Results –Architect/Completion/Publish, Invest/Use/Assess, Implement/Results/Validate : machine navigable : actionable -> executable

5 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, Context – MBA Baseline SWOT Strengths –Technology Trends Mashups, SaaS, Model Driven SOA and BPM –FEA-PMO FEA, FTF, PIL –OMG MDA, GovDTF – FTF, RMS Weaknesses –Identification/Specification/Realization/Implementation Enterprise/Segment/Solution Architecture MDA CIM, PIM, PSM, PSI –Traceable Results PRM line of sight through the PIL KPI's and metrics –OMB and GAO maturity assessments are what with no how –Sourcing Insource – build, buy, adapt Outsource – SaaS, MEO

6 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, Context – MBA Baseline SWOT continued Opportunities –FEA-PMO Execution Agenda EA in the FAR Segment Architecture Tiger Team guidance FEA for eGov results –SSP's in Fed LoB's FEA for Program Performance Improvement –IPM = (PART, EA, CPIC, SDLC, EVM) –OMG MDA maturity Standards coverage and cohesion SOAPro/UPMS, UPDM, TOGAF/MDA Synnergy, BMI BPMN 2.0, more! Threats –EA Continuity Show results! –Institutional Memory and Succession Planning The silver tsunami and millenial challenge –FEA-CoP KSA's Workforce assessments and training often out of date wrt MBA

7 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, Challenge – MBA Target Goals Articulate and establish MBA best practices in the FEA-CoP Community Correlation (notional example) –(Enterprise) Business Architecture = CIM (Vocabulary, Process, Policy, Service) Identification –(Domain Segment/Mission) Reference Architecture = PIM (Message, Policy, Process, Service) Specification –(Enterprise and Domain Segment) Solution Architecture = PSM (Message, Policy, Process, Service) Realization –(Enterprise and Domain Segment) Reference Implementation = PSI (Message, Rule, Process, Component) Implementation Prescriptive Sourcing –Architecture assets used for each architectural concern Insourcing –Buy : apply to COTS gap and fitness analysis –Build : apply Model Driven Development/Engineering, collapse the SDLC –Adapt : merge ADM bottom up with MDA top down to meet in the middle Outsourcing –SaaS and Competitive Sourcing MEO We have frameworks, organizing but not specifying what

8 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, Challenge – MBA Target Goals Continued Explicit Traceability - demonstrate how; –Software module M implements (using some TRM technology) –Service component C that realizes service specification S (SRM++) –To enact Activity A in business process P (BRM++) –By exchanging message payload P (DRM) –In enumerated value stream V across all Fed LoB collaborations Line of sight auditable results are a side effect –MDA/MDD/MDE as enabler Federal Target Architecture (FTA) –programmableagency.gov, a directory of Agency API's –Test Compatibility Kits and FTA Test Harness Proven COTS/GOTS RIs, leading indicators, progression testing –eGov Factory MDA/MDD/MDE based software factories Contracting styles and vehicles –How to best apply PBC, FFP, T&M and IDIQ to GWACs and Schedules Training –Position Descriptions as culmination of Business Process Activities –Institutional Memory and Succession Planning

9 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, Action – MBA Transition Strategy I am because we are –We are all the FEA-CoP Tell us how to do this! –Show us how you're doing some or all of this now, or plan to be doing this in the future –Tell us the problems you've experienced and foresee What is a realistic transition strategy to engage these? Come one, come all –Large, medium and small contributors to the FEA-CoP Industry tool and product providers and professional service organizations Government Agencies and consortium's (FCIOC, FCAOC, NASCIO, etc.), FFRDC's Other VCO's

10 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, Results – MBA Sequence Plan Desired Results – THINK BIG! –Leverage VCO Authoritative Reference Architectures managed by VCO, cross fertilize –FEA-PMO and FCxOC Inform agendas, tiger teams, guidance –Agency RA/API -> FTA -> FTSSP -> FTH Invert 80/20 O&M to DM&E Extend FTA to GTA as public/private marketing plan and product roadmap –MBA in the FAR and PBC to realize/implement the FTA and FTSSP 21 st century procurement practices eGov Factories apply MDD and collapse the SDLC Try before you buy!!! –Test driven, pass the FTA RA TCK for certified RI –Semantic Interoperability across CoI's BA -> RA -> SA -> RI harmonization supporting competitive differentiation Emergent structure and behavior by embracing social media Objectives –Determine KSI's and metrics for goals and desired results by

11 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, Summary GovDTF MBA RFI –Purpose is to solicit YOUR views, opinions and solutions as expert practicioners supporting the FEA-CoP –PLEASE respond to the asserted baseline context and proposed target challenges Get involved in the GovDTF! –Member driven Your challenge is our action

12 George Thomas, GSA ECA, OMG GovDTFMar 11, Questions, Discussion Thank You for your time! –This presentation can be found here; https://george-thomas.info/08/omg/mba –General Services Administration Office of the Chief Information Officer, Enterprise Chief Architect –Federal CIO Council Architecture and Infrastructure Committee Services Subcommittee co-chair –Object Management Group Government Domain Task Force Steering committee –USDA Graduate School EA Certificate Program SOA Instructor


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