Department of Defense Enterprise Architecture Transition Strategy, Version 2.0
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON DC CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
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INTRODUCTION Net-Centric transformation is key to the DoD defense strategy to meet the challenges of the dangerous and uncertain security environment of the 21st Century. There are many initiatives in the Department of Defense that are in the planning stage or being implemented to transform how the military fights and how the Department does business. To set the stage for transformation, it is important to know the current status of DoD in regard to the as-is or federated baseline of the DoD EA as well as the progress made by the Department since the publication of the GIG Architecture and during calendar year 2007. The content of each part and sub-part of this section comprises the overall DoD approach to transformation through the use of architecture, net-centricity, and portfolio management. The following provides a description of the DoD GIG architecture, brief descriptions of DoDs relevant strategies, and a discussion of how the Department uses the architecture to drive the three primary Departmental processes -- 1 capability and derived requirements, 2 budget, and 3 acquisition -- to deliver an environment that supports our 21st Century mission.
- Computer Systems
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics