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Title: DoDAF Delivering Architectures to the World Presentation to GTRA Architecture GOV Symposium 07 December 2008


1
DoDAF Delivering Architectures to the World
Presentation to GTRA Architecture GOV
Symposium 07 December 2008
  • Walt Okon
  • Senior Architect Engineer for Standards
  • Architecture and Interoperability Directorate
  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for
    Information Management, Integration, and
    Technology DoD Deputy Chief Information Officer
  • (703) 607- 0502 . walt.okon_at_osd.mil

2
Strategy and Direction
Discussions
  • DoDAF Version 2.0
  • Architecture Training - Architects Competencies
  • DoDAF Metamodel
  • Fit for Purpose Architecture
  • Defense-Industry Challenge DoDAF MODAF UPDM
  • DoD IT Standards Registry (DISR)
  • IC DoD IT Standards Integration
  • DoD GIG Technical Guidance (GTG)
  • Architects Career Path, Competencies
    Certifications
  • DoD Information Sharing Environment

3
Key Policies Requiring DoDAF
  • Joint Staff
  • CJCSI 3170.01F, 1 MAY 2007, JOINT CAPABILITIES
    INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM
  • CJCSM 3170.01C, 1 MAY 2007, OPERATION OF THE
    JOINT CAPABILITIES INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT
    SYSTEM
  • CJCSI 6212.01D, 8 MAR 2006, INTEROPERABILITY AND
    SUPPORTABILITY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND
    NATIONAL SECURITY SYSTEMS

Direct support for the Warfighter
4
DoDAF Evolution To Support Fit For Purpose
Architecture
  • DoDAF 1.0
  • CADM Separate
  • Baseline For DoDAF 1.5
  • Removed Essential Supporting Designations
  • Expanded audience to all of DoD
  • DoDAF 1.5
  • Addresses Net-Centricity
  • Volume III is CADM
  • Architecture Data Strategy
  • Addresses Architecture Federation
  • Baseline for DoDAF 2.0
  • Shifted away from DoDAF mandating
  • a set of products
  • DoDAF 2.0
  • Cover Enterprise and
  • Program Architecture
  • Emphasize Data versus
  • Products
  • Tailored Presentation
  • AV-1 to capture federation
  • metadata
  • Quality Support to Decision
  • Processes
  • FEA Allied/Coalition
  • Support
  • Journal
  • - Errata Interim Releases

DoDAF
2.0
(To Be Published) (Late 2008)
5
Focused on DoD Decisions
6
DoDAF V2.0
DoDAF V1.5
7
DoDAF 2.0 Viewpoints
7
8
Vision Statement
To enable the development of architectures that
are meaningful, useful, and relevant to the DoD
Requirements, Planning, Budgeting, Systems
Engineering, and Acquisition decision processes.
9
DoDAF Metamodel
10
DoDAF Conceptual Model
11
Fit for Purpose Architecture Descriptions
12
Notional DoDAF v2.0 Development Schedule (cont)
2nd QTR 08
3rd QTR 08
4th QTR 08
Feb
Aug
Oct
Sep
Jul
Apr
Mar
May
Jun
Nov
DoD CIO Approval
Post to DARS
SPIRAL IV 12 Sep 08
Phase I
Phase II
Phase III
13
DODAF Version 2.0 in Coordination
  • Core Management Group - 10 December 2008
  • Discuss DoDAF Version 2 Spiral 4 Draft.
  • Comment and adjudication
  • Next Step OSD NII Informal coordination
  • Comment and adjudication
  • EA Summit Services, Agencies, and COCOMs
  • DoD Executive Coordination Committee

14
Metadata Registration Service
Federation Client Services Menu
DARS Federation Web Services
DARS Federated Catalog
SOAP
DDMS Metadata (XML)
AV-1 metadata captured and extracted by
repository/tool environment
Federation Web services
Federation Client
Federation Repository
Repository/Tool Environment
15
DoD Architecture Federation
DoD Enterprise Architecture

Ref Models
Tech Stds
Arch Guidance
Laws, Regs, and Policy
Tools
DISR
DODAF
Laws
DoD EA RM
DITPR
Regs
Policy
Force Application
TAMD
Building Partnerships
Joint Capability Areas
Command Control
GLOBAL C2
JC2
COMMS Transport
Net-centric
IEA
Battlespace Awareness
IA Architecture
BEA
Protection
Logistics
JDDA
MSSM
Force Support
RPILM
HRM Architecture
HRM
Corporate Management Support
FM
WSLM
Dept of Army
Dept of Navy
Dept of Air Force
Army Architecture
DON Architecture
Air Force Architecture
Solution Architectures
16
Defense-Industry Challenge Synchronization of
DoDAF-UPDM Lifecycles
Leverages Vendors Standards- Based Tools
Government Frameworks
17
UPDM Unified Profile for DoDAF/MODAF
  • Lockheed Martin Co
  • Mitre
  • MOD
  • No Magic
  • Raytheon
  • Rolls Royce
  • Sparx Systems
  • VisumPoint

Adaptive Artisan Software ASMG BAE
Systems DoD embeddedPlus Generic
  • UPDM RFC Group

18
UPDM in General
UPDM is an OMG initiative to develop a modeling
standard that supports both the USA Department of
Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) and the UK
Ministry of Defence Architecture Framework (MODAF)
The UPDM Group was setup to
  • Significantly enhance the quality, productivity,
    and effectiveness of architecture modeling
  • Promote architecture model reuse and
    maintainability
  • Improve tool interoperability and communications
    between stakeholders
  • Reduce training impacts due to different tool
    implementations and semantics
  • Improve the integration between system of systems
    modeling and system modeling to support post
    acquisition life cycle design modeling

19
Need for UPDM
  • Motivation
  • Significantly enhance the quality, productivity,
    and effectiveness associated with enterprise and
    system of systems architecture modeling, promote
    architecture model reuse and maintainability,
    improve tool interoperability and communications
    between stakeholders, and reduce training impacts
    due to different tool implementations and
    semantics.
  • Improve the integration between system of systems
    modeling and system modeling to support post
    acquisition life cycle design modeling.
  • UPDM fully supported by DoD, MOD, IDEAS
  • Statement and slides available on OMG website

20
Federated Architectures The Connection
21
What the Operator Sees Today
22
What the Operator Expects to See
23
A Federation of Data Producers
Federation Strategy
Reporting (OMB, GAO, etc)
DARS
DoD EA Reference Models
  • CADM
  • DoDAF
  • NCOW RM

MILDEP
COCOM
AGENCY
COI x
COI y
DATA
REQTS.
  • COI Community of Interest
  • CADM Core Architecture Data Model
  • DoDAF DoD Architecture Framework
  • NCOW RM Net-Centric Operations Warfare
    Reference Model
  • UPDM UML Profile DoDAF MODAF

DoD Decision Processes
24
DoD EA Federation Strategy
Available on DARS Website https//dars1.army.mil/
IER/index.jsp
25
DoD EA Federation Pilot Use
  • BTA/USTRANSCOM/Marine Corps
  • Federate the BEA with JDDA and Marine Corps
    Logistic architectures and register in DARS to
    gain visibility into end to end logistics
    process
  • Army
  • Create a knowledge base through architecture
    federation for Army communities.
  • Test tools and concepts through federation, i.e.
    social networking (ontology development, semantic
    indexing,) architecture data analysis, UPDM
    applicability
  • Air Force
  • Establish interface and search capability between
    DARS and AFARS. Demonstrate search capability
  • Navy
  • Implement and use procedures outlined in the GIG
    Enterprise Architecture Federation Strategy and
    DARS CONOPS to create a repeatable federation
    process
  • Joint Staff/J6I
  • Identify interface points and alignment between
    Mission Area-level architectures to obtain enable
    a horizontal view across mission areas and drill
    down to Program level.
  • DARS
  • Develop registration template for AV-1 and DDMS
    metadata

26
DoD IT Standards Registry (DISR) IC/DoD IT
Standards Registry
27
IT and NSS Interoperability and
Supportability Policy and Process Overview
28
DISR and DISRonline Architecture View
  • Objectives
  • Champion DoDs Re-Engagement of the IT Standards
    Communities
  • Online IT standards Registry
  • Tri-Annual Update of IT Standards Registry
  • Tied to JCIDS IT Standards Conformance and
    Compliance Process
  • Intelligence Community Cross Coordination (ICSR)
  • Improved DoD Visibility and Participation in IT
    Standards Development Organizations
  • Develop and Register PM Standards Profiles (TV)
  • Standing IT Standards Working Groups Aligned to
    GIG Portfolio Management

29
Lifecycle of a Standard
  • Emerging
  • Upgradeability Should be a Concern
  • May be Implemented but Not in Lieu of Mandated
    Standard
  • Expected to be Mandated within Three Years
  • Mandated
  • Essential for Interoperability and Net-Centric
    Services in DoD
  • Minimum Set of Essential Standards for the
    Acquisition of All DoD Systems that Produce, Use,
    or Exchange Info, and, When Implemented,
    Facilitates the Flow of Info in Support of
    Warfighter
  • Sunset Tag Identifies an Event and Date to Retire
    a Standard
  • Inactive / Retired
  • New Standards / Technology Now Available and
    Implemented
  • Require Waiver and Migration Plan
  • Remain in the Registry

30
IT Standards Governance Organization Membership
Technical Working Groups
31
  • DoD GIG Technical Guidance (GTG)
  • Walt Okon

32
DoD Technical Guidance Concept
Technical Direction Query
Technical Direction Query
XML Schemas/ Components
33
  • Architects Career Path
  • Architects Competencies
  • Architects Certifications

34
IMPROVING DODS ARCHITECTURE
  • Guidance
  • DoDAF v2.0
  • Federated Architecture Strategy
  • Tools
  • DoD Architecture Registry System (DARS)
  • DoD IT Standards Registry (DISR)
  • Type II GIG Technical Direction
  • Education and Training
  • DoD Architecture Training Effort

All this is nothing without Certified Architects!
35
ARCHITECTURE TRAINING
  • Expanded need for architectures and their
    significance in achieving defense of our nation
    results in the need for qualified architects
  • Therefore, we are confronted with questions
  • Is there a pool of qualified architects?
  • What are the competencies of an architect?
  • Is there a core body of knowledge?
  • What education and training courses exist?
  • DoD IT Architects Career PathArchitects Series

36
RECOMMENDED WAY AHEAD
  • Deliver an architect career plan
  • Establish architecture specialties in Office of
    Personnel Management (OPM)
  • Formalize a competency framework
  • Implement Certificates Certification across
    architecture specialties
  • Work with academic and educational institutions
    to enhance their curricula

37
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
  • WHITE PAPER - Phase I A Competency Framework
  • Defines a path for a quality architecture
    workforce
  • Provides collected data on the competencies of an
    architect
  • https//www.us.army.mil/suite/doc/10757012
  • Architecture Education and Training DKO Site
  • OPM Job Family Standard Review
  • Clinger-Cohen Core Competency Review for
    Architecture
  • Delivered two Architecture Training Tutorials at
    2008 EA Conference

38
  • DoD Information
  • Sharing Environment

Walt Okon Chief Architect, DoD Information
Sharing Architecture Interoperability
Directorate Office of the DoD CIO/ASD NII
39
Complexities of Information Sharing
DoD is part of this complex, extended information
sharing enterprise
40
DoD Information Sharing Environment
  • Description
  • Provide a DoD Information Sharing architecture
    and standards capability which will support
    cross-community, institutional approach to the
    sharing of information within DoD and can apply
    across Federal Departments, state, and local
    governments
  • Provide architecture and engineering guidance
    for DoD Information Sharing Executive and DoD
    Information Sharing
  • Provide PM-ISE DoDs Shared Space architecture
    and standard guidance to enable cross-community
    sharing for identifying, planning, installing,
    and operating capabilities that will become the
    ISE.

41
DoD Information Sharing Environment
  • FY08 Key Taskings
  • PM-ISE Chief Architect Roundtable and the CTISS
    Committee
  • Design and deliver a CTISS Federated Standards
    Registry pilot
  • Develop a DoD ISE Shared Space use case and
    concept capabilities with Net-Centric direction
  • Partner with other ISE architects in the
    Federal Departments
  • Partnership with DISA on analysis and
    engineering.

42
  • Bring It All Together
  • DoD Enterprise Architecture Conference 2009

43
DoD Enterprise Architecture Conference 2009
  • DoD Enterprise Architecture Conference
  • All DoD Architecture Professionals
  • Only official Architecture Conference
  • Enterprise Architecture Standards
  • Deliver Interoperability
  • 1 5 June 2009 DoD Enterprise Architecture
    Conference 2009 in St Louis, MO
  • Deliverables
  • http//www.afei.org/brochure/9a05/index.cfm

44
  • Questions/Wrap-Up

Walt Okon Chief Architect, DoD Information
Sharing Enterprise Architecture Standards
Directorate Office of the DoD CIO/ASD NII 07
December 2008
walt.okon_at_osd.mil 703-607-0502
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