Flow - Business to EA to IT

1. Enterprise Capability Management Structure and Flow
Enterprise Capability Management Structure and Flow
Enterprise Architecture (EA)
Capability Solution
Capability IT
Federal Drivers (e.g., GPRA, CCA, GPEA, FISMA)
Business Mission and Functions
Transformation Program
Business Reference Model and Business Architecture (Functions and Processes)
Performance Reference Model and Architecture (Functional and IT Performance Targets)
Data Reference Model and Architecture
Service Reference Model and Architecture (Information Product / Process Outputs and Applications)
Technology Reference Model and Architecture (Technology Catalogs and Inventories)
Solution Architecture (Solution Patterns)
Solution Engineering
Capability Requirements
Capability Constraints
Capability Specifications
Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) of Fulfilled Capability Requirements
Capability IT Performance Management
Capital Investment Plan (CIP) Registration for Required Capability
Security Architecture as Capability Constraint
Capability IT Security Certification and Accreditation (C&A)
Capability IT Service Request (ITSR) (EA as Reference Repository)
Capability Insertion and Expansion of Enterprise Architecture (e.g., Technology, Service, Data, Metrics, or Function Architecture Insertion) or Solution Architecture Patterns
EA as Capability Reference Repository
Performance Strategy's Portfolio, Program, Project (CMMI, PMP, ITLM)
IT Service Management, ITLM
IT Service Review Board (ITRB) (EA as Reference)
Update EA
e300 Business Case (Investment Request) (Cites EA)
Maintain Capability Documentation
Organization e53 Portfolio Line Items (IT Budget Request)
2.  EMA Provides a Single Configuration Change Board (CCB) Management Repository for Organization, Architecture, and IT Design Content