Department of Defense Information Enterprise Architecture Version 1.2
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON DC OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
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The Department of Defense DoD Information Enterprise Architecture IEA provides a common foundation to support accelerated Department of Defense DoD transformation to net-centric operations and establishes priorities to address critical barriers to its realization. The DoD Information Enterprise IE comprises the information, information resources, assets, and processes required to achieve an information advantage and share information across the Department and with mission partners. The DoD IEA describes the integrated DoD IE and the rules for the information assets and resources that enable it. DoD IEA unifies the concepts embedded in the Departments net-centric strategies into a common vision, providing relevance and context to existing policy. DoD IEA highlights the key principles, rules, constraints and best practices drawn from collective policy to which applicable DoD programs, regardless of Component or portfolio, must adhere in order to enable agile, collaborative net-centric operations. In todays information environment the DoD IEA rules apply within the persistently-connected Internet Protocol IP boundaries of the Global Information Grid GIG. Outside of these boundaries, the principles still should be considered, but the rules of the DoD IEA must yield to the state of technology, and the needs and imperatives of the Departments missions. Core principles and rules summarized in Appendix A are organized around five key priorities where increased attention and investment will bring the most immediate progress towards realizing net-centric goals Data and Services Deployment DSD Secured Availability SA Computing Infrastructure Readiness CIR Communications Readiness CR NetOps Agility NOA.
- Information Science
- Computer Systems