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Military Health System

Version 1.0
Enterprise Architecture Overview

31 January 2002
Military Health System
Information Management/Information Technology Program
Strategic Planning
Joint Vision 2020

2004 Global Information Grid


Medical Readiness (GIG)
Strategic Plan Capstone Requirements
Document
Military Health System
Information Management/
Information Technology

Military Health System


Information Management/
Information Technology DoD
MHS
Strategic Plan Information
Optimization
1999-2003 Management
Plan
Information Management, Strategic Plan
Technology & Reengineering
TRICARE Management Activity Annual
Performance
Plan 2002
Information Management,
Technology & Reengineering
TRICARE Management Activity

DoD
2002 C4ISR Architecture
MHS Business Plan Framework

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Military Health System
Information Management/Information Technology Program
Strategic Planning Framework
All Views
(MHS Architecture)
Mission

Vision

Goals, Objectives,
and Strategies
Business Process
(Operational Architecture)

Information Management Capabilities


(Operational Architecture)

Detailed Functional Requirements

Information Technology Solutions


(Systems and Technical Architecture)
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Benefits of an Enterprise
Architecture
• Aligns IM/IT support with business objectives and
provides a unified enterprise-wide vision.
• Implements best practices and principles to rapidly
implement solutions in response to emerging business
needs.
• Employs a consistent framework that better supports
future technology decisions.
• Provides a mechanism to make more effective IM/IT
investments
• Helps apply enterprise-wide IM/IT standards and
processes.
• GAO Compliance
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MHS Enterprise Architecture
Version 1.0 Products

Applicable Product Reference Architecture Product Essential or Validation Status


Architecture View Supporting
All Views AV-1 MHS Global View Essential Validated
(Context)
All Views AV-1a MHS Enterprise View Validated
(Context)
All Views AV-2 Integrated Dictionary Essential Not Applicable*
(Context)
Operational OV-1 MHS Operational View Essential Validated
Operational OV-1a MHS Integrated Health Care Validated
View
Operational OV-2 Operational Node Connectivity Essential 87%Validated
Description (All but Components 4.1, 4.2 &4.5 in
Manage the Business)
Operational OV-3 Operational Information Essential 87%Validated
Exchange Matrix (All but for Components 4.1, 4.2 &4.5 in
Manage the Business)
Operational OV-5 MHS Activity Model (Functional Supporting Validated
Activity Decomposition)
Systems SV-1 SystemInterface Description Essential Not Validated
2
Systems SV-3 Systems Matrix Supporting Not Validated
Systems SV-8 SystemEvolution Description Supporting Not Validated
Systems SV-9 SystemTechnology Forecast Supporting Not Validated
Technical TV-1 Technical Architecture Profile Essential Validated
Technical TV-2 Standards Technology Forecast Supporting Validated
* Integrated Dictionary (AV-2) validation is dependent upon the validation status of the products within this version
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Next Steps
 Continue to update narrative and navigation
• publish and move to Web Library
• develop tutorial
• Promotion and Education
• E.g., TRICARE Conference (Summer 2002); TMA Directorates
• Propose consistency between All Views diagrams and MHS CIO’s presentations
• Development an Enterprise Arch Configuration Management Concept of Operations for
inclusion in Enterprise Architecture Narrative
• Obtain approval for Concept of Operations
• Define Enterprise Architecture roles and responsibilities
• Assign roles and responsibilities to execute Concept of Operations
• Measure Usability and Success

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