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  1. Anthony Insolia Director, Enterprise Architecture NYC EA CTO Office City of New York Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications City of New York Enterprise Architecture (Internal Use Only)

  2. NYC Enterprise Architecture Planning Components of, Views of Integrated, Synchronized Operational Data NYC EA is a repository of information used for planning This planning information is gathered from other existing operational data sources to establish “line of sight” between technology products and business goals and objectives and to facilitate costing and informed decision making City of New York Enterprise Architecture (Internal Use Only)

  3. NYC Enterprise Architecture NYC EA Framework is a set of standards for planning data The NEAF is a set of specifications for collecting and organizing information using three foundational frameworks and five industry-standard methods. NYC EAF Three Proven Frameworks Zachman DoDAF FEAF Five Industry Standard Methods BPMN IDEF ABC UML DoD

  4. NYC Enterprise Architecture APPLYING EA: Architecting a house or a business, the process is: Idea Blueprints / Plans (paper) The Owner wants (Portfolio Gap / Issue Identified) Architecture Repository The Business Analyst / Architect specifies (Scoping / needs analysis) (Translates ideas into plans) Blueprints / Plans (electronic) OMB approves, ACCO bids (Procurement) ABC The Systems Integrator / Engineer designs Activity-Based Costing The Builder builds City of New York Enterprise Architecture (Internal Use Only)

  5. NYC Enterprise Architecture How is it really done? Programs like ECTP do it with architecture activities, tasks, work products, deliverables, methods, and roles embedded in the program lifecycle and collected via plans based on a standard set of program phases and milestones to enable governance. City of New York Enterprise Architecture (Internal Use Only)

  6. NYC Enterprise Architecture The NEAF treats the City portfolio as a collection of capabilities delivered by programs that embed architecture activities designed to gather information required to make investment decisions. The NYC EAF is also the basis for the creation of reference models that are like zoning maps and ordinances for the development of capabilities. The information is stored in the NYC EA and passed on from mayor to mayor: the City doesn’t skip a beat. City of New York Enterprise Architecture (Internal Use Only)

  7. NYC Enterprise Architecture DOITT is applying the NEAF in gathering and recording information about Foundational IT initiatives • NEA Reference Models (BRM, TRM) • Service Management • Emergency Communications (911) • Emergency Notifications • Identity and Access Management • others

  8. NYC Enterprise Architecture • “Service Management” (ITIL) Capability • Assuring that the IT investments are aligned with the goals and objectives • The estimated cost of “Service Management” capability is understood before and investment decision is made • That capability/service/system/application information is preserved so as to avoid rediscovery costs Service Management Blueprints “Baseline” Service Management Blueprints “To-Be” Solicitation NEAF Content and information Standards OMB $ OMB $ Industry guidance ABC IV&V City of New York Enterprise Architecture (Internal Use Only)

  9. NYC Enterprise Architecture • Public Safety Access Center (PSAC) • Information required for business continuity and operations is recorded in the early stages of the program via “architecture” activities and tasks • Service Desk based on Gartner “Liaison Model” to include the use of Blueprints by the Service Desk during problem determination PSAC 1&2 Blueprints “To-Be” Solicitation NEAF Content and information Standards PSAC I Blueprints “Baseline” OMB $ OMB $ PSAC 1&2 Blueprints “As-Is” Transition Plan ABC IV&V City of New York Enterprise Architecture (Internal Use Only)

  10. DOF/DOITT EA PARTNERSHIP NYC ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE AN AGENCY VIEW Jane Landon Deputy Commissioner & CIO New York City Department of Finance

  11. An Agency View of the Enterprise Architecture Framework

  12. Agency Service Graduation to Citywide Shared Service