Enterprise Architecture


How FAA left the high-risk list behind

Enterprise architecture helped the FAA get off of the Government Accountability Office's high-risk list and has improved the prospects for transitioning to the Next Generation Air Transportation System.

CIOs turns to portfolio management to get IT efforts under control

CIOs from the Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs departments and the Social Security Administration are looking to foster teamwork across traditional boundaries.

Cyber chief slams security efforts

The White House's top cybersecurity official calls for needed measures to protect federal networks, some of which should have been done long ago.

Federal IT market poised to hit $111.9B by 2015

Input predicts that the federal market for information technology contractors will grow at a faster rate than the overall federal IT budget, hitting $111.9 billion by 2015.

Justice IG hits FBI's Sentinel IT program

Rising costs and delays with the FBI’s project for a Web-enabled electronic case management system worry the Justice Department’s inspector general.

Army prepares contract action on enterprise programs

As the Army moves forward with Global Enterprise Information Construct, new opportunities are cropping up for contracts for Army IT services.

CIO Council considers new privacy guidance

People who work with the federal enterprise architecture could soon get additional guidance for building privacy protections into systems.

DOD enterprise service structure in the works, official says

the guidelines will define and coordinate governance and creation of capabilities, official says.

DOD/VA Health records project yielding important lessons

The joint health data exchange pilot project between the Defense and the Veterans Affairs departments is still in its early phases, but already has taught valuable lessons about interoperability, government officials working on the project say.