AFEI Presents Enterprise Architecture Achievement Awards

The office of the Defense Department’s deputy chief information officer, in conjunction with the Association for Enterprise Information, announced the winners of the fifth DoD Enterprise Architecture Achievement (DEAA) Awards Program.

The Government Organization DEAA Award went to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s office of chief information officer — enterprise architecture development and management division — for its work on Enterprise Architecture.

The Industry Organization DEAA Award was given to Northrop Grumman Corp.’s defense technology division for the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System.
Awardees are recognized for leveraging the power of architecture in enterprise management. The awards will be presented at the annual DoD Enterprise Architecture Conference May 1 in Miami.

The DEAA awards recognize significant contributions and achievements in advancing enterprise architecture as an enabler of information advantage for the Defense Department.

The DEAA awards align with the strategic goals of the Deputy CIO — leading the Defense Department enterprise to achieve an information advantage for its personnel and partners. This year the selection criteria placed greater emphasis on demonstrating architecture methodology/modeling, operational improvements and financial benefit.

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