FEA Profiles are frameworks that cross-cut the inter-related FEA reference models based upon a particular subject matter. The profiles describe how each reference model addresses a specific area and how agencies can utilize existing resources, standards, best practices and use cases to implement or improve upon them.
- FEA Security and Privacy Profile, version 2.0
The Security and Privacy Profile offers an approach for agencies to optimize their security and privacy investments to cost-effectively meet their business needs and comply with federal policy requirements.
Security and Privacy Profile, version 2.0 (PDF, 2062kb) Security and Privacy Profile Executive Summary (PDF, 924kb)
- Geospatial Profile (in development) The Geospatial Profile establishes a framework for more effective use and management of geospatial data and services as part of agencies' enterprise architectures. It describes how agencies can leverage geospatial data and technologies to enhance service delivery and mission accomplishment.
- Records Management Profile The Records Management Profile provides an overview of the FEA and explains how the reference models provide a context for applying effective records management practices.
FEA Geospatial Profile, version 1.1(PDF, 2279kb)
Federal Enterprise Architecture Records Management Profile(PDF, 1549kb)
These case studies are for information purposes only and can be used by the architectural community to highlight specific examples from Federal Agencies throughout their agency or organization.
- FDA Case Study
The following case study demonstrates how the Food and Drug Administration used Enterprise Architecture to standardize business processes and achieve considerable cost savings for their IT Consolidation initiative.
Final Case Study (PDF, 137kb)
Executive Summary (PDF, 103kb)
- CBP Case Study
The listed case study demonstrates how the U.S. Customs and Boarder Protection (CBP) uses EA to improve system support at lower cost to more than 20 agencies with missions tied to Internal Trade and Transportation.
CBP Case Study (PDF, 125kb)
- HUD Case Study
The following case study demonstrates how the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) used Enterprise Architecture to implement a streamlined electronic grants application process that provides better service to customers and business partners.
HUD Case Study (PDF, 33kb)
- FFIEC Case Study
The following case study demonstrates how several banking oversight agencies used Enterprise Architecture to implement a streamlined data collection process that reduced costs, increased productivity, and improved oversight of financial institutions.
FFIEC Case Study (PDF, 25kb)
- Human Resources Line of Business (HR LOB) Case Study
This case study demonstrates how the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) used enterprise architecture to create a blueprint for Government-wide human resources (HR) management, including the creation of HR shared service centers.
HR LOB Case Study (PDF, 39kb)