Enterprise Architecture (EA) supports a coordinated approach to strategic IT decision making by providing an integrated view of IT priorities and investments that will help the state optimize service delivery.
For state government to be as responsive and cost effective as possible, it is essential to have a clear view of enterprise goals and how to achieve them. EA offers a model that connects business objectives to IT strategy, and creates a formal communication structure to support the attainment of a common vision.
Through EA, state agencies guide the future direction of information technology. The success of this highly collaborative process depends on the commitment of the participants to its goals and guiding IT principles.
EA is an on-going, iterative process that ensures better coordination, within and between agencies, to:
The State of North Dakota scores high in the most recent biennial Digital States Survey.
The “…@state.nd.us” email domain is being retired on January 1, 2014 as a result of recent changes within Enterprise Architecture.
Changes to laws relating to SB2034, SB2033, and SB2021 went into effect on August 1, 2013.
ITD is currently working with the Department of Emergency Services (DES) to provide a Remote Control/Support solution for end users without NDGOV accounts or for those on external networks.
Monthly meeting of the EA Application Architecture team.
The IT Coordinators Council (ITCC) is a subset of all Agency IT Coordinators that advises ITD on enterprise strategies, standards, and services. This is the monthly ITCC meeting.
Monthly meeting of the Enterprise Technology Architecture team.