Writing EA's next draft

Officials from government, business and academia met last week in Washington to discuss the next step for enterprise architectures'taking them from the drawing board and putting them into action.

During a two-day conference presented at George Washington University by the Digital Government Institute, speakers offered specific examples of how EA can be used to make organizational changes.

The Housing and Urban Development Department's William O. Russell III discussed how HUD applies EA to its public housing programs.
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Carolyn Strand of the National Defense University talks with Will Gamarra of Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Conference chairman George Molaski, president and CEO of e-Associates, kicks off the program.

Kathy Weiner, director of the Federal Railroad Administration's Office of IT and Support Systems, describes FRA's plans to take EA to the next level.

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