BEA Table of Contents

The BEA is the enterprise architecture for the DoD Business Mission Area (BMA) and defines the DoD business transformation priorities, the Business Capabilities required to support those priorities, and the combinations of Enterprise Systems and Initiatives that enable those capabilities.

The purpose of the BEA is to provide a blueprint for DoD business transformation that helps to ensure that the right capabilities, resources and materiel are rapidly delivered to our warfighters: What they need, where they need it, when they need it, anywhere in the world. The BEA guides and constrains implementation of interoperable defense business system solutions as required by the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and guides information technology (IT) investment to align with strategic Business Capabilities as required by NDAA, Clinger-Cohen and supporting Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Government Accountability Office (GAO) policy."

All Viewpoint
The All Viewpoint (AV) models provide information pertinent to the entire Architectural Description, such as the scope and context of the Architectural Description.
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BEA Content
Capability Viewpoint
The Capability Viewpoint (CV) captures the enterprise goals associated with the overall vision for executing a specified course of action, or the ability to achieve a desired effect under specific standards and conditions through combinations of means and ways to perform a set of tasks.
Capability Taxonomy
Capability to Operational Activities Mapping
Data & Information Viewpoint
The Data and Information Viewpoint (DIV) captures the business information requirements and structural business process rules for the Architectural Description.
Conceptual Data Model
Logical Data Model
Operational Viewpoint
The Operational Viewpoint (OV) captures the organizations, tasks, or activities performed, and information that must be exchanged between them to accomplish DoD missions.
Operational Resource Flow Description
Operational Resource Flow Matrix
Operational Activity Decomposition Tree
Operational Activity Model
Operational Rules Model
Business Process Model
Intra-Governmental Transactions (IGT)
Systems Viewpoint
Systems Viewpoint (SV) captures the information on supporting automated systems, interconnectivity, and other systems functionality in support of operating activities.
Systems Interface Description
Systems Interface Details
Operational Activity to Systems Function Traceability Matrix
Systems Resource Flow Matrix
Standards Viewpoint
The Standards Viewpoint (StdV) is the minimal set of rules governing the arrangement, interaction, and interdependence of system parts or elements.
Defense Business Standards Views
Services Viewpoint
The Services Viewpoint (SvcV) captures system, service, and interconnection functionality providing for, or supporting, operational activities.
Services Context Description
Operational Activity to Services Traceability Matrix
Other Reports
Defense Financial Management Improvement Guidance (includes FFMIA Rules)
Enterprise Standards
End-To-End Business Flows
Printable Diagrams
IBM Rational System Architect Encyclopedia (SA version
DoD EDI Implementation Conventions
DoD Country Codes
DoD Unit of Measure
BEA Reports
Alphabetically Listed Reports
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