- T8 - Enterprise Architecture Spring 2006
It is a goal for the
government to improve the public sector service in relationto its citizens and its commercial business, thus a strategy for digital administration hasbeen agreed upon. Its goals are to create more coherent and effective IT-systems within the public sector as a whole. A prerequisite for digital administration is the ability of government-wide IT-systems to interface directly system-to-system, whether they be federal,state or county
systems. Neither must they impose restrictions on creative thought or innovation within the public sector
Thus the government formulated its new strategy for the public sector IT-administrativeservices in its white-book
on digital administration in 2003. The white-book had threeoverall suggestions for future IT applications within the public service sector. The firstsuggestion was that single or joint public sector services should take responsibility for theirown IT architecture. The second one was for a common IT framework hereby securinginteroperability between systems, and the final suggestion that an effort had to be made tospread and develop IT architecture competences and public sector initiatives to spread theuse and understanding of Enterprise Architecture.
1.1 Area of Concern
(ØS), the Danish Agency for Governmental Management, is currentlypursuing an Enterprise Architecture strategy for implementing change within their organisation,this endeavour is currently underway.
The scope of this paper is concerned with describing Dynamic Enterprise Architecturethrough the practical implementation of Enterprise Architecture at the above mentionedgovernment agency.
(Stat, Amt & Kommuner)
Hand-book: Arkitektur for digital forvaltning p. 5 - See appendix for original Danish text
See appendix for details on translations and references for proper name in Danish.IT-University, E-Business - Simon Kaastrup-Olsen - firstname.lastname@example.org