Enterprise Information Management
Effective Enterprise Information Management (EIM) programs provide agencies with timely and accurate information to respond to legislative requirements, make informed decisions to optimize investments, enable secure information sharing, and improve mission performance by providing solutions that align with business goals. As enterprises wrestle with the need to design agile, value-driven information sharing architectures, they also need to develop adaptive information management practices that “bridge the gap” between business needs and solution delivery.
Citizant’s EIM approach provides practical strategies to deliver tangible benefit to the business areas, and to the communities it serves — whether they be citizens, local governments, or industry. The foundation of our EIM approach leverages the alignment of the data and information with layers of an agency’s Enterprise Architecture (EA). The “line-of-sight” across the EA layers enables agencies to effectively integrate data assets into transformation and modernization plans to:
- Create a business-driven perspective to prioritize opportunities that resolve business problems and optimize investments, while reducing operational risks;
- Ensure a cohesive technical solution for provisioning data-centric services that support stakeholder and community information sharing needs; and
- Implement governance methods that involve business stewards, technical stakeholders, and information sharing communities.
Our strong process orientation and ability to streamline methodologies provides timely and effective solutions that are fit for this purpose. This flexible approach allows us to scale projects (up or down) while maintaining program quality.