requirements for enabling technologies. This framework also shows the relationship of sub-architecture domains, how the architecture can be decomposed into segments and how shared services would be positioned. Finally, FEAF-II correlates the other areas of governance (capital planning, program management, and human capital management); documentation via an enterprise-wide modernization roadmap, a standard set of core / elective artifacts and reporting via standard reference model taxonomies in each sub-architecture domain. Advantages of having (FEAF) incorporate the six sub-design spaces are utilized to encourage between and intra-organization investigation. Through this examination, the Government can better figure out where copy speculations have happened. Holes and open doors for coordinated effort, both inside and crosswise over offices, can likewise be recognized. This investigation is intended to enhance efficiencies and increment Return on Investments (ROIs). The utilization of FEAF's six sub-engineering spaces can likewise upgrade an office's capacity to organize vital objectives. Through examination and prioritization, the probability of successfully and productively accomplishing objectives is expanded. From the most astounding hierarchical level to the equipment and programming framework, FEAF causes organizations see how to all the more successfully and reliably accomplish mission
objectives. Disadvantages of (FEAF) are little to none but can the framework could be more tax friendly as say a Zachman framework, or more security based like a DoD Architecture Framework.
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- federal agencies, Enterprise Architecture framework, Federal Enterprise Architecture, FEAF