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.
This chapter provides an overview to the technology roadmapping approach, starting with an introduction to the topic of technology management.
This presentation provides an overview of strategic technology roadmapping, introduces "fast-track" workshop methods to develop a technology roadmap, discusses current research and advices on critical success factors.
The purpose of the APG is to provide modelers and analysts with a user guide that describes how to define, create, update, and interpret models within the BEA.
The DoD Business Enterprise Architecture: Compliance Guidance for BEA 7.0 (“Guidance”) provides guidance on how to assess and document Defense Business System (DBS) compliance to the Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA).
This essentials guide describes the background and philosophy of IFEAD’s Extended Enterprise Architecture Framework (E2AF).
This guide to enterprise architecture discusses the return on investment or business value or impact of implementing an enterprise architecture.
This presentation discusses a case study on business capability architecture (BCA) implementation.
Case study on enterprise security technical architecture roadmap process and strategy
This presentation provides a definition of enterprise architecture, introduces key enterprise architecture frameworks such as Zachman and discusses enterprise architecture implementation process and steps