Functional Job Title: Business Architect
Work Location: Reston, VA
The Business Architect plays a key role in structuring the enterprise in terms of its governance structure, business processes, and business information. This person aligns strategic goals and objectives with decisions regarding products and services; partners and suppliers; organization; capabilities; and key business and IT initiatives. The primary focus is the business motivations, business operations and business analysis frameworks and related networks that link these aspects of the enterprise together. The Business Architect works to develop an integrated view of the enterprise using a repeatable approach, unified framework, and available industry standard techniques.
The Business Architect works closely with an IT counterpart to align technical solutions with business needs. In addition, the Business Architect works though Data Architects, Business Analysts, SMEs and UAT/Quality Assurance groups at every level of the organization soliciting strategic imperatives from senior leadership and executives, and supporting business unit managers as they leverage business architecture artifacts to create their business plans. Finally, the Business Architect may provide direct input into the governance or PMO cycle that supports the achievement of key goals, planning and execution of various business scenarios, and delivery of bottom line business value.
Our client is USDA’s Farm Production and Conservation mission area which is focused on customers and domestic agricultural issues. The Administrative Enterprise Business Initiative (AEBI) delivers products that represent Human Resource Management, Budget & Financial Management, and Procurement & Property Management. We work with the AEBI Lead, Information Technology Planning, Enterprise Architecture, E-Government, and other organizations to complete business architecture documentation and planning.
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