Gartner Research

Government Context: 'Introduction to Gartner's Information Capabilities Framework'

Published: 28 January 2015

ID: G00267417

Analyst(s): Cathleen Blanton , Rick Howard


Many government agencies have a fragmented information infrastructure that increases system integration costs and reduces data assets' value. Enterprise architects can use Gartner's Information Capabilities Framework to promote efficient information exchange within agencies and across government.

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Challenges for Government Enterprise Architects

Recommendations for Government Enterprise Architects

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