This whitepaper provides a very good overview of the common enterprise architecture frameworks. You will have to step over the vendor tool specific discussion but it is well worth the time.
Enterprise architecture and Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) framework ITIL can – and should? – be integrated. This presentation introduces enterprise architecture, defines two enterprise architecture frameworks namely, Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) and Department of Defense Enterprise Architecture Framework (DODAF), discusses the infrastructure library process and framework (ITIL) and makes a connection between them all. Good Read!
This document provides a standard approach to federal enterprise architecture (FEA) implementation – principles and standards for how business, information, and technology architectures should be developed across the enterprise so they can be used consistently at various levels of scope within and between domains/departments/divisions, as well as with external stakeholders.
This presentation provides an introduction to the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA), Segmented Architecture and Federal Segmented Architecture Methodology (FSAM). Then answers the question: how is FSAM related to FEA?<br /><br />Good discussion.
This package contains training material for Federal Segment Architecture Methodology (FSAM). This enterprise architecture training material includes 1) training slides 2) instructors guide 3) participants guide 4) training exercises.
The FEA Consolidated Reference Model V 2.3 introduces the purposes and structures of the five FEA reference models.
This chapter introduces the purposes and structures of the five Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) reference models v2.2
This document details the Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF) V1.1 – what is FEAF? what are its components? what is its business value?
The Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) Practice Guidance describes important  concepts architects can use with stakeholders to deliver value to the business and  improve results in agency mission areas.  The guidance provides overviews of  architecture concepts, descriptions of the content included in architecture work products, and direction on developing and using architecture.
Enterprise Architecture Segment Strategy provides the tools to establish shared target or “to-be” architectures for key, cross-organizational functions. Developed for the agencies of the federal government this technique can be adapted for other organizations.