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A Seamlessly Integrated City Government, A Three Part Series

A Seamlessly Integrated City Government, A Three Part Series | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Overview After writing Transforming Philadelphia through Enterprise Architecture I realized that more discussion was needed to truly convey the vision that the post described.  In particular, I wan...
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This three part series breaks down a discussion of a seamlessly integrated Philadelphia government into the three parts:

Understanding the ProblemA Clearer View of the FutureTransformation
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What is Enterprise Architecture?

What is Enterprise Architecture? | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Definitions for enterprise architecture can be verbose and yet somehow ambiguous.  I hope to simplify the concept and provide a definition and purpose that will have meaning for employees, partners...
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"Enterprise architecture creates—and  governs the execution of—a plan for leveraging organizational resources to achieve business goals in a cost effective manner."

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Transforming Philadelphia through Enterprise Architecture

Transforming Philadelphia through Enterprise Architecture | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
High performance government can be created through an enterprise architecture (EA) that builds a foundation for executing the mayor’s strategic plans and enables the City to provide excellent servi...
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"Imagine a city where processes and information from every department or agency has been integrated."

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Enterprise Architecture: Managing the impact of risk on business decisions.

Enterprise Architecture: Managing the impact of risk on business decisions. | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Risk that is not understood can present as much or more danger to a business than one which has not been foreseen.All decisions will have some element of risk associated with them and how the risk ...
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Understanding risk is just one of many reasons to build and maintain an EA repository.

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