Course Number: 11772
Length: 2 Days
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Why choosing TONEX as your FSAM Training Provider?

The Federal Segment Architecture Methodology (FSAM) is a step-by-step process for developing and using segment architectures that was developed by distilling proven best practices from across Federal agencies. Use of the FSAM should result in more complete and consistent segment architecture products and will result in greater reuse of segment architectures by providing key information that informs downstream processes for capital planning, security (e.g. certification and accreditation), and the system development life cycle.

Enterprise Architects can leverage TONEX’s 2-day FSAM training course to pragmatically develop segment architectures that support the mission and vision of the enterprise.

As Enterprise or Segment Architects leverage FSAM for multiple segment architecture development efforts, the consistent approach within FSAM will help Enterprise Architects reconcile the segments into an enterprise-wide view of the architecture. In addition, the strategic drivers and prioritization of segments that are defined by Enterprise Architects provide a key input to the FSAM process.

Who Should Attend

FSAM is designed to help architects develop the core elements and attributes that are needed for a complete segment architecture, and is a great tool for all federal agencies. TONEX FSAM training course is suitable for: Enterprise Architects CPIC Professionals Security Professionals Solution Architects

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, the participants will:
  • Understand FSAM and its step-by-step process for developing and using segment architecture that leverages existing “best practice” analysis techniques
  • Review easy-to-use templates to expedite architecture development
  • Review comprehensive toolbox of suggested analytical techniques.
  • Understand analytical techniques that are provided for the outputs of each activity of a process step, as defined in FSAM, and are based on agency best practices that were assessed for inclusion by the FSAWG.
  • Review FSAM outputs that are generalized and may be satisfied by analytical techniques and best practices, as determined by each agency.
  • Review “core FSAM outputs.

Outline

This workshop provide expert Enterprise Architecture program guidance and methods to create world-class Enterprise Architecture programs that can plan, create, and execute effective segment and solution architectures. It provides Enterprise Architecture ranging from an introduction to Enterprise Architecture through advanced principles with the Federal Segment Architecture Methodology (FSAM) activity outputs and case studies. Topics and activities covered include:
  • Segment Architecture Development Purpose Statement
  • Performance Scorecard
  • Target Business Function Model
  • Target Conceptual Data Model
  • Target Data Steward Assignments
  • Reuse Summary
  • Data Reuse
  • Recommendation Sequencing Milestones
  • Segment Mapping
  • Transition Plan Milestones
  • Segment Scope
  • Segment Context
  • Performance Gaps
  • Strategic Improvement Opportunities
  • Segment Performance Goals and Objectives
  • As-Is Business Value Chain
  • As-Is Business Function Model
  • As-Is Key Business Process Model
  • As-Is Business Process Swim Lane Diagram
  • As-Is Key Information Sources and Qualitative Assessment
  • Business and Data Architecture Adjustment Profiles
  • Target business value chain diagram
  • Target Key Business Process Model
  • Target Business Process Swim Lane Diagram
  • Target Business Data Mapped to Key Business processes (CRUD)
  • Target Information Sharing Matrix
  • Target Information Flow Diagram
  • Proposed Implementation Recommendations
  • Strategic Systems Migration / Sequencing Overview
  • Recommendation Implementation Sequencing Plan
  • Segment Architecture Blueprint Document (incl. Sequencing Plan)

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