Contextual Components of an Enterprise Architecture Framework for Pan-European eGovernment Services

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2017-01-04
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Mondorf, Ansgar
Wimmer, Maria
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Enterprise Architecture (EA) frameworks provide a wide range of architecture components. Contextual EA components provide the necessary guidance to design specific architectures in a given context e.g. for Pan-European Government Services (PEGS). Contextual EA components help to describe the background and scope of architecture work and provide a ground to tackle architecture challenges in an agreed way. The main contribution of this conceptual paper is to connect existing theoretical models as a basis to examine contextual components of an EA framework for PEGS. Three aspects are elaborated using a model-based approach: a Critical Success Factor Model, a Strategy Management Model and a Stakeholder Engagement Model. The identified models are aligned with EA standards and provide guidance to empirical research and to programs, projects and initiatives that wish to create interoperability architectures.
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e-government, interoperability, interoperation, enterprise architecture, contextual factors
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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