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Unfortunately, many project teams and enterprise architecture groups do not have anyone charged with the responsibility for this total architecture scope. Instead, they have many specialists: the business analysts responsible for process design; the managers and supervisors responsible for organizing the people involved in the process; the database administrators and data quality specialists responsible for the information involved in the process; and the application, service, infrastructure, and network architects responsible for various aspects of these systems. However, none of these are responsible for determining whether all these pieces fit together to successfully address the business purpose.