The International Enterprise Architecture Consortium (ieac.org) is a professional membership
organization dedicated to the development of enterprise architecture frameworks, methods
and disciplines across all enterprise environments, as well as support for the
enterprise architecture professionals that make those frameworks and methods useful.
Welcome to the IEAC Org. Knowledge Library. The library contains links to valuable resources facilitate your work.
Special credit belongs to Dave McAfee, who's diligent research and maintenance efforts make this list possible.
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Principles (I knew from perusing their site earlier that U of Penn had
done work in this area).|
Just thought I'd thank you for that particular well-organized content.
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Please add me to your EWITA mailing list and keep up the good work! I've been getting your emails and don't want to be left off.
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Carolyn Strano Stranoc@ndu.edu
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Chris Turner (KEI)