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Oman eGovernment Architecture Framework (OeGAF) - A Quick Glance “An outcome of sustained and collaborative effort by committed working group members from key government agencies” OeGAF - An Interconnected framework OeGAF - Facts • All you need to know about your Network, Platform, Data centre, Service access , Service integration, Applications, Data Management and Lines of Business are available. • More than 72 Government Agencies analysed. • 79 Subject matter experts from 24 Government agencies contributed to the development of OeGAF. • More than 265 Standards and specifications are available in OeGAF. • More than 150 design considerations and best practices are available. • 24 Government Lines of Business (LOB) for Government identified. • 78 Government functions documented. • Details of 180 Applications across 17 Ministries are available. • 3 Data Hubs defined - People, Business and Land Hub. • 12 Reference data code tables are available. • Another 12 data sources related to employment and education are available.  Foreword Information Technology Authority (ITA) is delighted to present a quick glance of the Oman eGovernment Architecture Framework (OeGAF) which will be of use for everyone involved in IT projects. In particular, we feel this quick glance would be useful for business and technical colleagues who require quick overview of OeGAF before delving into the details that the full specification provides. It explains the What, Who, Why, Where, When and How of the enterprise and IT architecture using OeGAF Specifications. As you are aware by now that one of the key objectives of ITA is to enhance government services to achieve higher level of citizen/ customer satisfaction by: 1. Providing timely and secure access to essential information, 2. Enabling seamless integration of Government services, and 3. Improving the efficiency of service delivery. To achieve the above objective, ITA has established the “Oman eGovernance Framework” which is a set of architectural standards, best practices and process management systems. The “Oman eGovernance Framework” consists of the following building blocks: 1. Oman e-Government Architecture Framework (OeGAF) 2. Process Management Systems 3. Standards Working Groups 4. Standards Management Process 5. Standards/Guidelines Resource Library.  Starting from this blueprint, the working group members have developed the “Oman eGovernment Architecture Framework” – also known in short as “OeGAF” that will be published on the ITA website. The Oman eGovernment Architecture Framework (OeGAF) which is the technology component of Oman eGovernance Framework is a structured framework that guides the design, construction, deployment and management of distributed Information Systems across the various Government Agencies. OeGAF contains the principles, strategies and building blocks that support the goals of the government. The architecture can direct the selection, use and operation of technologies needed to support government business requirements and delivery of services. The architecture reduces the time and cost of deploying applications, while making it easier to integrate information and services. OeGAF helps the Government to act as an “Integrated Enterprise” and manage IT as a strategic investment. As a first time reader of OeGAF you may find it worthwhile to read the set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s), that will enable you to understand the following: • Understand Enterprise Architecture • Understand Oman eGovernance Framework • Understand the various architectures of OeGAF • Understand the importance of OeGAF and how it is helpful to the government agencies • Understand the structure of OeGAF • Understand what compliance to OeGAF means and how government agencies can assess compliance of their IT Systems to OeGAF • Understand how ITA will help government agencies in understanding, using, assessing and enhancing compliance to OeGAF.  FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF Q1 What is Enterprise Architecture? Why you should know Enterprise Architecture? Enterprise architecture (EA) is a comprehensive description of the structure of an enterprise, including enterprise goals, business functions, business information, software applications and computer systems. It is important that you are aware of Enterprise Architecture because in today’s trend Enterprise Architecture is taking the centre stage in organizations. In-fact organizations ar

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