VIENNA, Va. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- In its 11th Year, the 2013 Enterprise Architecture Event continues to extend value to attendees by offering a high-caliber, two-day educational program — free of charge to government employees. This two-day training event features over 14 sessions in two dedicated tracks: EA Practices and Segment Architectures. Government and industry experts will address topics related to the essential role Enterprise Architecture plays in enabling shared services throughout government. The conference will take place October 29-30 – while pre-event workshops will be conducted exclusively on Monday, October 28 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Conference sessions will break down the best-practices and master strategies in using the Collaborative Planning Method (CPM), identifying shared service opportunities, implementing FEA and FEA Transition Frameworks, addressing segment architectures, determining the impact of federal shared service delivery models – and more. Attendees will have myriad of peer networking opportunities to engage with other Enterprise Architects in roundtable and case study panel discussions.
In addition to the conference, four pre-event workshops will be led by industry forerunners: FEAC, Wizdom and Zachman International. Full-day and half-day workshops are available to attend individually or as an add-on to full conference registration (for a fee). Workshops include: Enterprise Physics 101, Human Cultural and Emergent Factors in Enterprise Architecture, Using Process Model-Driven Business Architecture to Design Shared Services and Planning and Selecting Views and Models within the Common Approach of the FEAFII, the DoDAF and its DM2. For more information on workshops visit www.govEAconference.com/workshops.
Attendees of all FEAC, Zachman International workshops and the conference, will have the opportunity to earn CEUs and a Certificate of Attendance from Education Partners: FEAC, Zachman International and Graduate School USA. For more information on the 2013 Enterprise Architecture Event visit: www.govEAconference.com.
About The Enterprise Architecture Event
1105 Government Event's 11th Annual Enterprise Architecture Event continues to serve as a dynamic platform for practitioners of Enterprise Architecture to convene and discuss best practices in EA that are modernizing agency operations to comply with the 21st century digital government. This year, the best in the industry are ready to share implementation strategies from the field, face-to-face regarding: FEA frameworks, the Collaboration Planning Method (CPM), shared service opportunities & more. Visit www.govEAconference.com for full session details.