|Slide 1 Federal Aviation Administration Enterprise Architecture - an Enabler ofSecure E-Government SecurE-Biz Summit |
April 1-2, 2003 Dan Mehan, Ph.D.
Assistant Administrator for Information Services and Chief Information Officer Slide 2
Information Technology Landscape Slide 3
- Enterprise Architecture Multiple Layered Protection Forces of Change Information Technology Landscape (highlighted)
Slide 4 E-Government Drivers
- 1st Priority: Make Government citizen-centered 5 Key Components:
- Strategic Management of Human Capital Improved Financial Performance Expanded Competitive Sourcing Electronic Government Budget and Performance Integration
Slide 5 E-Government Key Components
- Customer Demand Technological Advances Cost and Time Pressures Statutory Mandates
- Cyber Security Web Enablement IT Program Management Enterprise Architecture
- Manage 35,000 commercial flights to move 2,000,000 passengers safely each day Support more than 35,000 general aviation flights on a daily basis Regulate and certify the people and aircraft that use our airspace 500 FAA Managed Air Traffic Control Towers 180 Terminal Radar Control Centers 20 Enroute Centers 60 Flight Service Stations 40,000 Radars, NAVAIDs, Radios, etc.