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Architecture Based Engineering of Enterprises with Government Involvement

Architecture Based Engineering of Enterprises with Government Involvement
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Author(s): John Mo (RMIT University, Australia) and Laszlo Nemes (Nemes Consulting, Australia)
Copyright: 2009
Pages: 21
Source title: Advances in Government Enterprise Architecture
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Pallab Saha (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-068-4.ch016


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With a plethora of architectures, modelling techniques and methodologies on offer, it is difficult to decide how to begin building an enterprise and achieving seamless integration. This difficulty is most noticeable in consortia that need to deal with government participation. Various government projects have different objectives and agenda. In addition, changes in business environment (or) as well as government policies impose extra conditions onto the project. Failure to comply with the project requirement can lead to loss of business and sometimes unexpected penalty. We use three case studies to show various ways of government involvements in our projects. Based on the experiences of these cases, we discuss how enterprise engineering can help creating and managing the enterprise that can engage government services successfully.

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