Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture

Capability Statement

Core Competencies

As information technology systems costs rise, budget cuts are becoming commonplace. How can your agency curb IT spending and trim IT duplication, yet meet its mission? The enterprise architecture experts at Addx can use a range of approaches to design, plan, implement, and govern your enterprise’s information architecture. We'll show you a range of choices so your senior decision makers can clearly see how different investment choices will pay off.

Enterprise Architecture Modeling

  • FEAF
  • Gartner
  • Zachman

Past Performance

Intelligence Community (IC)

Using the Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF) as a model, an Addx integrated enterprise architecture team developed thousands of service and functional definitions in a reference model format to describe the capabilities of the IC’s systems and applications. They introduced a common architecture taxonomy for the Joint Architecture Reference Model, or JARM. By mapping the services with systems or applications and vetting the findings with stakeholders, the IC can use JARM to analyze and identify capability gaps; reduce system duplication; develop process flows; identify Enduring Functional Exchanges (EFEs); and identify technical, procedural, and policy barriers. Drawing on an analysis informed by this model, senior decision makers in a single intelligence agency can set budget priorities for more than 2,000 applications and systems.


Mark O'Donnell Director, Technology & Engineering Solutions Group
As the Director of Technology and Engineering Services, Mr. O’Donnell is responsible for growing and delivering Addx technical and engineering capabilities within and across our diverse client base. Read More
Office: (703) 933-7637 x228 Fax: (703) 933-7638


Company Information

DUNS: 039872622; CAGE: 1XPA3 NAICS: 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519, 541330 GSA Schedules: IT-70 (GS-35F-0431X); GSA OASIS SB Pool 3 (GS00Q14OADS301) NAICS 541330

The Addx Difference

Enterprise Architecture Modeling Expertise

Proven expertise in developing architecture details, using TOGAF, FEAF, DODAF, and Zachman methodologies and tools in “fit for purpose” solutions.