For IT managers across the government, it can seem like the perfect storm: new mandates are shifting the enterprise in one direction, new budget pressures are forcing greater scrutiny of existing investments and the shape of computing, Enterprise Architects find themselves once again at the center of the storm. How will EA help to guide the adoption of a shared-first infrastructure? How is it fostering the creation of a secure cloud environment? And what will be the role of EA in big data? Get your most pressing EA questions answered at the 10th Annual Enterprise Architecture Conference.
1105 Government Information Group’s 10th Annual Enterprise Architecture Conference and Expo will bring together chief enterprise architects, CIOs, and program managers from across federal civilian agencies, the Department of Defense and state and local organizations, as well as industry to discuss the critical application of EA methodologies to today’s top government priorities, including: Cloud Computing, Shared Services, Information Sharing, Cybersecurity and Mobility.
EA 2012 Will Focus On The Following Dynamic Educational Tracks:
With the threat of sequestration on the horizon, Mapping a Strategy takes a big picture view of Enterprise Architecture and its impact on business processes, organizational culture and ROI. From GAO’s 2012 report on program duplication and PortfolioStat to the new Common Approach to FEA 2.0, sessions will discuss how EA can be used to meet the Administration’s and agencies’ mission through operational efficiency and innovation.
Enterprise Architects find themselves at the center of architecting 21st century agile development with another set of maps to incorporate from the Digital Government Strategy to shared services. Honing the Tactics will feature case studies, methodologies, and frameworks illustrating the practical application and implementation of EA. From examples at the IRS, FAA and HHS, the audience will gain new segment and enterprise architecture approaches to push EA programs forward in their own organizations.
Program Structure and Schedule:
The Department of Defense (DOD) has a robust enterprise architecture (EA) in need of modernization and standardization. Great strides have been made with the DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF), but many still have questions about governance, funding models, shared services, data standards, and much more. Sessions in this track provide an update on the DoDAF, how it aligns with other initiatives like “Shared First,” and how IT professionals can better understand these efforts to better achieve their missions.
The 2012 Enterprise Architecture Conference and Exposition is a robust two day conference program featuring:
- Inspiring keynotes by leaders at the forefront of EA
- Hard hitting Conference Sessions in 2 Tracks
- Dynamic Roundtable Discussions
- Pre and Post Conference Workshops
- An Expo on Wednesday, November 28, 2012
- Complimentary Solution Sessions on the Expo floor
- VIP Networking Receptions
The Conference will consist of two main tracks of education that will cover some of the following topics:
- The Current State and Future Role of EA in Government
- New Segment and Enterprise Architecture Approaches
- Redefining and Defending EA, Including ROI
- EA's Impact on Organizational Culture
- Tools and Methodologies for Architecting 21st Century Agile Development
- Using EA to Improve Agency Efficiency and Target Increased Cost Savings
Full Conference Registration Includes:
- Two Full Days of Conference Sessions
- Bonus Access to the Co-Located Government Information and Analytics Summit Conference
- Keynote Presentations
- Access to the Shared Exhibit Hall and Free Exhibit Hall Education
- Digital Conference Materials Post Event