EA expert Spewak dies

Steven H. Spewak, an author, consultant and lecturer on enterprise architectures who was very familiar in government IT circles, died recently in Alexandria, Va. He was 53.

Spewak ran a management consultant practice with offices in Princeton, N.J., and Washington. He worked with government agencies, and national and international organizations, and was a frequent lecturer. He also co-wrote several text books on EA.

'He impressed an influenced a lot of people,' said Michael Tiemann, EA principal at AT&T Government Solutions and a former architect in the Energy Department who has worked frequently with Spewak.

'There literally isn't a EA architect in the government today who does not know who Spewak is,' Tiemann said.


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