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  • 1. Collaborative Enterprise Architecture for the Government of CanadaThom Kearney Marilou Rooke Jeff Braybrook RDIMS#698711 Oct 2008

2. Agenda

  • Government 2.0
  • How can we get there
    • EA for the GC
    • Web 2.0 and collaboration
  • GC Information Management Strategy
    • Enterprise Information Architecture
  • Information Technology
    • GC Wide application strategy & SOA
  • Alignment & Interoperability
    • Reference models, collaboration & coordination

3. Government 2.0 Web 2.0 CollaborationInnovation Trust Transparent & Accountable Internal Modernize Internal OperationsPS-Renewal PeopleWorkplace External Next Generation Service Gov 2.0 4. Why architecture? Architecture = Descriptions e.g. Words and Pictures for Bridges, Buildings, Town Plans, etc Lets build a house Yes we should 5. Enterprise Architecture aspects Business Information Technology Application 6. Collaboration environment Internal facing near termWiki Share Collaborate Social Network Video Sharing Image Sharing Social Bookmarks Web 2.0 on SCNet Etc Document Sharing Connect GCPEDIA OtherCollaboration GC Public Servants ICMS Internal Credential Management GC Enterprise and Departmental Applications SearchContent CollectionsDistributed ComputingHR and FinanceEtcetera 7. GC IM Strategy Outcomes Framework Government of Canada Information Management Strategy Policy on Information Management Objectives Management Accountability Framework A fully implemented set of policy instruments supporting information management outcomes, defined accountabilities, and enterprise information management governance A highly-skilled Government of Canada workforce that achieves information management outcomes by applying the appropriate information management policy instruments A fully documented and sustainable set of information architecture services, principles, methods, standards and processes that respond to the information needs of the GC enterprise Enterprise information management tools that fully support the business user and that are compliant with the information architecture GC INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK POLICY & GOVERNANCE PEOPLE & CAPACITY ENTERPRISE INFORMATIONARCHITECTURE IM TOOLS & APPLICATIONS VISION FOR IM IN THE GC Information is safeguarded as a public trust andmanaged as a strategic asset to maximize its value in the service of Canadians ULTIMATE OUTCOMES Align IMactivities Comply with IM Policy instruments more consistently Reduce redundancies and duplication in investments Adopt common or shared IM services Leverage innovation and expertise Address IM skills and capacity issues PRINCIPLESFORALIGNMENT OF GC IM STRATEGYOUTCOMESMANAGEMENT EXCELLENCEDelivery of high-value programs, efficiently, transparently, and accountably GC has the capacity to make effective decisions and deliver on priorities 8. GC IM Governance In Operation ADM Committee on IM in Business (CIMB) CIMB DG Coordinating Committee Steer Advise Recommend DCE Advisory Panel*Tools & Apps Sub-Committee Enterprise Information ArchitectureSub-Committee* DCE Advisory Panel covers IT Desktop and IM Tools and Applications

  • Working Groups
  • Desktop Services
  • Messaging / Collaboration
  • IM Lifecycle
    • RDIMS CoP
    • Release Management
  • Service Management / Integration
    • License Management
  • Working Groups
  • Metadata
  • Value Domain
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • Modelling

Policy & GovernanceSub-Committee

  • Working Groups
  • Compliance
  • E-Mail Requirements
  • Web 2.0

People & CapacitySub-Committee

  • Working Groups
  • Learning
  • Internal Services
  • Certification

9. 10. IT Management and SOA

  • GC IT Strategy
    • Efficient, effective, innovative and transparent
    • Common and shared
    • Acting as one
    • GC and international standards
  • Service Oriented Architecture
    • Service-centric approach for building systems
    • Shared, reusable services
    • Build and connect applications to automate process
    • Create common service offerings
    • Based on open standards

11. Example: Enterprise Service Bus Common Business Processes & Data Models Common Reusable Services Common Technologies & Standards Enterprise Service Bus Service Registry Service Repository Data Warehouse SAP Regional Pay PeopleSoft Program Mgmt Multiple Application Solutions (examples) On-boarding Business Processes HR HR F M P HR HR M F HR P 12. GC SOA Strategic Reference Model Management Accountability Model Business Reference Model Data Model Service Component Model Technical Model SECURITY & IDENTITY MGTINFORMATION & PRIVACYORGANIZATIONAL READINESSALIGNMENT & INTEROPERABILITY 13. Alignment assessments

    • Between the layers
    • As part of the framework
    • CIOB policy Web of Rules
    • Investments

Strategic, Logistical, Design, Method, Compliance and Capacity Coherent Governmentby design 14. Reference models & standards 15. Government 2.0 Web 2.0 CollaborationInnovation Trust Transparent & Accountable Internal Modernize Internal OperationsPS-Renewal PeopleWorkplace External Next Generation Service Gov 2.0 16.

    • www.gcpedia.gc.ca

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