DoD Enterprise Data Model Development, Approval, and Maintenance Procedures.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (COMMAND CONTROL COMMUNICATIONS AND INTELLIGENC E) WASHINGTON DC
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The procedures outlined in this document provide the structure to extend, approve, and maintain the Department of Defense DoD Enterprise Data Model. Results of implementing these procedures will be the standardization of data entities as prime words and identification and entry of model based data elements attributes ready for standardization in accordance with DoD 832O.1-M-1 reference b. The DoD Enterprise Model is a representation of the activities and data of the DoD. The model embodies top-level processes and standard data interfaces relevant to every DoD major mission and function. It is the basis for defining, coordinating, and integrating DoD missions and functions. The DoD Enterprise Model is needed to support the defense mission from warfighting to acquisition and logistics. It will enable the Departments leaders and managers to better understand and direct their areas of responsibility and to integrate business process reengineering initiatives within and across functional and organizational boundaries.
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