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Enterprise Architecture for Connected E-Government

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Enterprise Architecture is the inherent design and management approach essential for organizational coherence leading to alignment, agility, and assurance. Structured Enterprise Architecture approach is often used to plan and implement efficient and effective transformation efforts. However, the strongest driver for Enterprise Architecture is to improve service delivery and overall performance within the organization's business segments.Enterprise Architecture for Connected E-Government: Practices and Innovations addresses the gap in current literature in terms of linking and understanding the relationship between e-government and government Enterprise Architecture. Within this broader context, the focus is specifically on uncovering and comprehending the relationship between government Enterprise Architecture and connected government. Perfect for Government CIOs, IT/IS Managers, Chief Architects, Analysts and Designers seeking better, quicker, and easier approaches to respond to needs of their internal and external customers.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Editorial Advisory Board and List of Reviewers
    1. Editorial Advisory Board
  5. Dedication
  6. Foreword
  7. Preface
    1. SECTION 1: THE CONNECTED GOVERNMENT PARADIGM
    2. SECTION 2: GOVERNMENT AS A COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEM
    3. SECTION 3: FRAMEWORKS FOR CONNECTED GOVERNMENT
    4. SECTION 4: TRANSFORMING TO CONNECTED GOVERNMENT
    5. SECTION 5: PUBLIC VALUE MANAGEMENT IN CONNECTED GOVERNMENT
  8. Acknowledgment
  9. Section 1: The Connected Government Paradigm
    1. Chapter 1: Connected Government as the New Normal
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. 1. INTRODUCTION
      3. 2. BACKGROUND: UNDERSTANDING CONNECTED GOVERNMENT
      4. 3. ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK AND FINDINGS
      5. 4. STRATEGIC (SYSTEMS) THINKING IN THE GOVERNMENT
      6. 5. SYSTEM MODELING FOR W-O-G ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE ADOPTION
      7. 6. INTERVENTION STRATEGIES
      8. 7. TOWARDS GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE FRAMEWORK
      9. 8. CONCLUSION AND WAY FORWARD
  10. Section 2: Government as a Complex Adaptive System
    1. Chapter 2: A Problem Oriented Enterprise Architecture Approach Applied to Wicked Problems
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. A PROBLEM ORIENTED APPROACH TO ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
      5. INDIVIDUAL ASPECTS OF A PROBLEM ORIENTED APPROACH
      6. A PROBLEM ORIENTED APPROACH APPLIED TO CONNECTED e-GOVERNMENT
      7. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      8. CONCLUSION
    2. Chapter 3: The Power of EA Taxonomies in Enhancing Portfolio Visibility and Optimising Decision Making
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. FRAMEWORKS
      5. TAXONOMIES
      6. PURPOSE OF EA TAXONOMIES
      7. EA TAXONOMIES IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
      8. USING TAXONOMIES TO CREATE A BASELINE
      9. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      10. CONCLUSION
  11. Section 3: Frameworks for Connected Government
    1. Chapter 4: Integrating Agency Enterprise Architecture into Government-Wide Enterprise Architecture
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND: FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYZING THE KGEA CASE
      4. CASE: KOREAN GEA INITIATIVES
      5. FUTURE DIRECTION
      6. CONCLUSION
    2. Chapter 5: Government Enterprise Architecture
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. WHAT IS eGOVERNMENT?
      4. eGOVERNMENT IMPLEMENTATION IN SAUDI ARABIA
      5. ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
      6. WHAT IS ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE?
      7. WHAT IS NOT ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE?
      8. THE TRANSFORMATION APPROACH
      9. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE FRAMEWORK IN SAUDI eGOVERNMENT
      10. INTRODUCTION TO Y-ELAF (YESSER ENTERPRISE LEVEL ARCHITECTURE FRAMEWORK)
      11. WHAT IS Y-ELAF?
      12. WHY IS Y-ELAF REQUIRED?
      13. HOW IS Y-ELAF USED?
      14. Y-ELAF COMPONENTS
      15. BENEFITS OF USING Y-ELAF
      16. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TOGAF AND Y-ELAF
      17. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT USING Y-ELAF
      18. PRE-ASSESSMENT PHASE
      19. PHASE A: ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE VISION DEVELOPMENT
      20. PHASE B: BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT
      21. PHASE F: STRATEGIC ROADMAP AND MIGRATION PLAN DEVELOPMENT
      22. PHASE G: ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE IMPLEMENTATION GOVERNANCE
      23. SUCCESS STORIES
    3. Chapter 6: National Enterprise Architecture Framework
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. WHAT IS NEAF?
      4. PROJECT OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE
      5. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE: A THEORETICAL BACKGROUND
      6. THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS AND METHODOLOGY OF NEAF
      7. ARCHITECTURE BASELINE ASSESSMENT (AS-IS STAGE)
      8. EA MATURITY LEVEL (ARCHITECTURE READINESS ASSESSMENTS)
      9. EA ASSESSMENT STAGE: FINDINGS AND HIGHLIGHTS
      10. SUMMARY OF BASELINE ASSESSMENT (AS-IS STAGE)
      11. THE TARGET ARCHITECTURE (TO-BE STAGE)
      12. ARCHITECTURE GOVERNANCE
      13. NEAF GOVERNANCE CONTEXT
      14. TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES
      15. MIGRATION PLAN
      16. CRITICAL NATIONWIDE INITIATIVES
      17. SHARED SERVICES CONCEPT
      18. IT RETURN ON INVESTMENT
      19. SUMMARY OF NEAF DEVELOPMENT PHASE
      20. CONCLUSION
      21. WAY FORWARD
      22. APPENDIX A
      23. APPENDIX B: NATIONAL LEVEL PROJECTS (SAMPLES)
    4. Chapter 7: Towards Whole-of-Government EA with TOGAF and SOA
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. BRIEF ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT STATE OF WHOLE-OF-GOVERNMENT EA
      3. WHY TOGAF AND SOA?
      4. WHOLE-OF-GOVERNMENT EA
      5. USING TOGAF FOR THE WHOLE-OF-GOVERNMENT STRATEGIC ARCHITECTURE
      6. USING TOGAF FOR THE WHOLE-OF-GOVERNMENT SEGMENT: AGENCY ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
      7. USING TOGAF FOR AGENCY SOLUTION ARCHITECTURE
      8. CONCLUSION
    5. Chapter 8: Enterprise Architecture in Countries with Volatile Governance
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. THE PROBLEM / CHALLENGE
      3. MEASURING GOVERNANCE
      4. RETHINKING E-GOVERNANCE
      5. EA AS AN ENABLER FOR E-GOVERNANCE
      6. CURRENT GOVERNMENT PROBLEMS AND OBSTACLES TO EA
      7. REVISITING EA MODELS
      8. AN ADOPTED METHOD
      9. BEYOND THE EXAMPLE
      10. CONCLUSION
  12. Section 4: Transforming to Connected Government
    1. Chapter 9: A Case Study in the Emergence of Coherence through Cultural Change
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      5. CONCLUSION
    2. Chapter 10: Whole-of-Enterprise Approach to Government Architecture Applied for Implementing a Directive of EU
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. THE PROJECT
      5. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      6. CONCLUSION
    3. Chapter 11: The Role of Services in Governmental Enterprise Architectures
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. 1. INTRODUCTION
      3. 2. REQUIREMENTS
      4. 3. BACKGROUND
      5. 5. ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE SUPPORTED BY ENTERPRISE 2.0 SERVICES
      6. 6. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      7. 7. CONCLUSION
    4. Chapter 12: An Investigative Assessment of the Role of Enterprise Architecture in Realizing E-Government Transformation
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. 1. INTRODUCTION
      3. 2. BACKGROUND
      4. 3. MAIN THRUST OF THIS CHAPTER
      5. 4. CONCLUSION
    5. Chapter 13: Architecting for Connected Healthcare
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. MAIN FOCUS
      5. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      6. CONCLUSION
    6. Chapter 14: An Approach to Multi‐Agency and Intra‐Agency Unification with Enterprise Architecture Driven e‐Government in South Africa
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. MAIN FOCUS OF THE CHAPTER
      5. E-GOVERNMENT ISSUES
      6. SOLUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
      7. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      8. CONCLUSION
    7. Chapter 15: An Architecture Driven Methodology for Transforming from Fragmented to Connected Government
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. FROM E-GOVERNMENT TO CONNECTED LOCAL GOVERNMENT
      3. E-GOVERNMENT IN THE REGION LOMBARDIA (ITALY)
      4. STANDARDIZED/INTEGRATED SYSTEMS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT
      5. THE STANDARDIZATION/INTEGRATION PROCESS
    8. Chapter 16: Moving towards the Connected Transformational Government
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. INTEROPERABILITY
      4. GOVERNMENT INTEROPERABILITY FRAMEWORKS
      5. MOVING FORWARD
    9. Chapter 17: Enterprise Architecture for Personalization of e-Government Services
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. DEVELOPMENT OF EGG SERVICES IN TURKEY
      4. A SUGGESTION FOR KNOWLEDGE-BASED PERSONALIZED, CITIZEN-CENTRIC E-GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISE
      5. CONCLUSION
    10. Chapter 18: IT and Enterprise Architecture in US Public Sector Reform
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM INITIATIVES
      4. THE CONTEXT FOR PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM
      5. AN OVERVIEW OF PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM
      6. IT INITIATIVES IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
      7. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
      8. BARRIERS
      9. SOLUTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES
  13. Section 5: Public Value Management in Connected Government
    1. Chapter 19: Assessing the Value of Investments in Government Interoperability
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. MAIN FOCUS OF THE CHAPTER
      5. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      6. CONCLUSION
    2. Chapter 20: A Public Economics Approach to Enabling Enterprise Architecture with the Government Cloud in Belgium
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION: HOLISTIC APPROACH
      3. CLOUD COMPUTING
      4. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
      5. CLOUD COMPUTING: HYPE OR SURVIVAL?
      6. INTERDISCIPLINARY FORUM
      7. RISK MANAGEMENT ASPECTS
      8. BRINGING THE PIECES TOGETHER: INTERDISCIPLINARY FORUM
      9. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
      10. CONCLUSION
    3. Chapter 21: Addressing the U.S. Federal Government Financial Crisis
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. AN EXTREME SENSE OF URGENCY TO IMPROVE U.S. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE, REDUCE OPERATING COSTS, REDUCE THE NATIONAL DEBT, AND REDUCE THE NATIONAL DEFICIT
      5. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE AS A STRATEGIC ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE ENABLER
      6. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE BUSINESS MISSION AREA: ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
      7. FUTURE TRENDS
      8. CONCLUSION
  14. Compilation of References
  15. About the Contributors