Example Uses of GEM

GEM can be used to simultaneously support and integrate the following government management programs, among others, as well as the corresponding programs outside of government, in concurrent support of Owners/Stockholders/Citizens, Boards/Legislatures, Executives, Managers, Supervisors, and Workforce.
  1. Reduced cost of operations without loss of quality, productivity, or responsiveness.
  2. OMB FEA, DoDAF/MODAF/NAF, TOGAF, and ArchiMate EA Management (full EA life cycle methodology and use of EA as ontology with knowledge-base) (PMA - eGov)
  3. Identifying, Collecting, Aggregating, Normalizing (against primitive interrogatives such as why, how), Integrating, Unifying, and then Federating domain intelligence and operations.
  4. Extending EA and Business Architecture as a Foundation for Providing a Holistic Management Solution (Whole Enterprise Management)
  5. Human Capital, Organization and Staffing, and Force Structure Management (PMA)
  6. Budget - Performance Integration (PMA)
  7. Outsourcing Support including OMB A-76 (PMA, Competitive Sourcing)
  8. Integrating Enterprise and Functional eGovernance support (PMA, GPEA)
  9. Financial Performance Management (PMA)
  10. Resource Management Life Cycle Support including OMB A-11
  11. Internal Management Controls including OMB A-123 and Sarbanes-Oxley
  12. Financial Management including OMB A-127
  13. Management of Information Resources including OMB Circular A-130 and Clinger-Cohen Act 
  14. Value-Engineering including OMB A-131
  15. Financial Reporting including OMB A-136
  16. Earned Value Management
  17. Management Architecture, Organization Design, Enterprise Engineering
  18. System and Software Life Cycle Management
  19. Performance/Quality/Cost Improvement (e.g., Lean, Six Sigma, Kaizen, Theory of Constraints, Value-Stream and Value-Chain Improvements, Value-Lattice from Aggregate Value-Chains)
  20. BPR, BPM, BPA
  21. Cycle Time Reduction
  22. Decision Latency Improvement
  23. FISMA Support and Security Management
  24. Continuity/Risk Management
  25. Terminology (Semantics, Metadata, and Data) Management (i.e., Controlled Vocabulary)
  26. Knowledge Management (Semantics, Dynamic Asset Inventory, Access, and Distribution) for Shared Situational Awareness
  27. Virtual Enterprise Database (Enterprise Shared References, Master Data Management)
  28. Value-Chain Integration (Semantics/Axiology, Modeled Value-Streams, Modeled Value-Chains, Derived Value-Lattices)
  29. Mergers/Acquisitions/Turnarounds/Transformations/Renewals/Relocations/Task Forces/Dynamic Teams
  30. Situational Awareness
  31. Emergency/Contingency/Crisis/Continuity Management
  32. Command and Control (C2)
  33. Real-Time Enterprise
  34. Whole-Enterprise Required-Capability, Asset, Portfolio, Investment, Program, Project, Change, Transformation, Merger, Relocation, Renewal, Turnaround Management