Tools and guidance to support consistent enterprise architecture practice across and within government organisations.
Some resources are still available on the ICT.govt.nz website. They are:
- Information discovery process guidelines and template—this enables information to be discovered and structured consistent with the GEA-NZ Data and Information Reference Model and Taxonomy.
- Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) for New Zealand Government
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Modelling is an important tool for architects. There is a range of modelling approaches designed to support various stakeholders and business needs.
Use these tools to measure and then improve Data and Information Governance and Maturity.
This template is a starting point for agencies to create an Information Asset Catalogue or Register.
The Business Discovery Process is designed to assist agencies discover business information. It is also known as the Information Discovery Process.
The all-of-government data models were developed in collaboration with the MBIE Business Connect Project.
The Open Group is a global consortium responsible for developing the TOGAF® (The Open Group Architecture Framework) standard, certification, and a range of free guides for enterprise architecture.