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The CSI redesign solution will help the DMV overcome many problems within the organization including access to systems by using a user single sign on and limiting users access to data needed for their job function just to name a few. By incorporating enterprise architecture to the development process the DMV can meet or exceed their goals and improve efficiency and effectiveness. One example is the Food and Drug Administration turned to Enterprise Architecture (EA) to serve as the methodology to achieve its desired state of efficiency and effectiveness. The FDA worked with each center and office to create baseline architecture, approved and published agency-wide. This baseline was used to support the development of a consolidation blueprint for the IT infrastructure of FDA. Another example is the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP/CUSTOMS) used EA to improve systems support at lower cost to more than 20 agencies with missions tied to international trade and transportation. The U.S. Customs Modernization Program Management Organization was established to develop an EA-driven system concept document for the new Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) project. The goals of developing the EA were to implement the programs and governance processes to advance the CBP modernization program; better align CBP investments to CBP strategic goals; turn CBP into a more performance based organization; and lay the foundation to be one of the more mature EA programs in the federal government. The CSI redesign solution will interface with other systems and infrastructure services to increase efficiency and effectiveness of each department.
The DMV CSI redesign project is a bold step in utilizing a fully integrated system to serve and manage their customers, business partners, and stakeholders. By the DMV using enterprise