Gartner Research

Integrating Enterprise Architecture and Portfolio Management Processes in Government

Published: 28 June 2006

ID: G00141332

Analyst(s): David McClure


In government, IT planning is often fragmented and doesn't align with business strategy. Enterprise architecture and IT portfolio management should mutually reinforce one another and guide IT investment selection, control and evaluation.

Table Of Contents
  • Many Process Requirements, but Too Little Optimization
  • Find EA and Portfolio Management Decisional Intersections
  • Identify Potential Process Points of Connectivity
  • IT Governance Must Embrace Unified Process Integration
  • Identify and Measure for Benefits From Better Process Integration
  • Tactical Guidelines

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