Metier adds FEA to portfolio application

Metier adds FEA to portfolio application

A vendor of project portfolio management software is adding the Federal Enterprise Architecture reference models to its application.

Agencies can order Metier WorkLenz 4.2 customized with the existing reference model frameworks, said Douglas Clark, chief executive officer of Metier Ltd. of Washington.

The portfolio management software gives agency managers an overview of their capital asset planning needs [see story ]. Users of WorkLenz FEA Assessment, the customized application, will be able to pull items from different reference models and do statistical analysis on them, Clark said.

Metier plans to release updates of WorkLenz FEA Assessment when Office of Management and Budget officials revise the reference models, Clark said.

Government pricing for WorkLenz is $369 per licensed seat with a 100-seat minimum, Clark said. A typical installation costs around $250,000.


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