OMB releases FEA action plan for budget use

Richard Burk

Henrik G. de Gyor

The Office of Management and Budget has released an outline detailing how agencies should plan to use their federal enterprise architectures for the budget planning process.

Released on March 31, the Enabling Citizen-Centered Electronic Government FEA PMO Action Plan was written for agency architects, program managers, private-sector companies providing IT support and other federal system stakeholders.

'This year we must move from the drawing board and initial blueprints towards full implementation and delivering results,' wrote Richard Burk, chief architect for OMB's Office of E-Government and Information Technology, in a memorandum accompanying the report.

To see the outline, go to and enter 406 in the

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