What defines success with public sector enterprise architecture

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Jan Gravesen

Date archived: December 1, 2016 | First published: December 11, 2012

To ensure success, enterprise architecture programs in the public sector must be carried out in a somewhat different manner than in the private sector. This article looks at a series of successful enterprise architecture programs in the public sector from around the world and identifies the common characteristics that seem to have contributed to their outcomes. The findings point to the importance of political leadership, federated governance, and shared enterprise frameworks.

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