EA Forum - Cape Town
eGovernment Architecture Framework
Through e-Government initiatives, South Africa’s Government seeks to provide improved services, greater public service efficiencies and cost containment. These endeavours meet and have met with varying levels of success since 1998.
In this month’s EA Forum, Romi Vidmar, ESM Architect at SARS, will take us through a newly-proposed framework of twelve architectural artefacts which aims to facilitate the successful use of the Government Wide Enterprise Architecture (GWEA) framework and ICT governance.
Romi Vidmar began his career as a junior systems engineer with Siemens and has progressed through a number of roles and organisations to become Government CIO with national government, and then to his current position of ESM Architect with SARS. He holds BSc, BSc Hons and MSc degrees in computer science and information systems and is concluding a PhD in Information Systems. Romi is TOGAF 8 certified