Improving government enterprise architecture practice: maturity factor analysis

Ojo, Adegboyega, Janowski, Tomasz and Estevez, Elsa, (2012). Improving government enterprise architecture practice: maturity factor analysis. Journal of Enterprise Architecture, 1(1), 10-10

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    Author Ojo, Adegboyega
    Janowski, Tomasz
    Estevez, Elsa
    Title Improving government enterprise architecture practice: maturity factor analysis
    Appearing in Journal of Enterprise Architecture
    Volume 1
    Issue No. 1
    Publication Date 2012
    Place of Publication IEEE Computer Society
    Publisher Association of Enterprise Architects
    Start page 10
    End page 10
    Language eng
    Abstract

    Recognized as a critical factor for the whole-of-government capability, many governments have initiated Enterprise Architectures (EA) programs. However, while there is no shortage of EA frameworks, the understanding of what makes EA practice effective in a government enterprise is limited. This paper presents the results of empirical research aimed at determining the key factors for raising the maturity of the Government Enterprise Architecture (GEA) practice, part of an effort to guide policy-makers of a particular government on how to develop GEA capabilities in its agencies. By analyzing data from a survey involving 33 agencies, the relative importance of factors like top management commitment, participation of business units and effectiveness of project governance structures on the maturity of the GEA practice was determined. The results confirm that management commitment and participation of business units are critical factors, which in turn are influenced by the perceived usefulness of the GEA efforts.

    Copyright Holder Association of Enterprise Architects
    Copyright Year 2012
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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