Executive Summary

Service Name: Small Islands and Developing States (SIDS)* (TMCenter2015)
Country Name: Timor Leste (tim)
Target Customers: Citizens, Businesses, and other Agencies (possibly)

Service Mission: Small Islands and Developing States (SIDS)* Overview

Selected Services


Business Intelligence (BI) Service*

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Food Distribution in Supply Chains*

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Customer Services*

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Distance Learning

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Logistics Services

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Service Goals (How this service will be delivered to the customers)

Service Type: Enterprise-Wide
Boundaries Crossed: Federal
Use of Web: No use of Web (Paper-based systems)
Use of Mobility: No use of mobile computing

Service Assessment Results

  • Cost/Benifit Results: Should be Done Whenever Possible
  • SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats) Results: Worth Pursuing
  • Acquisition Strategy Recommended:

Architecture View

The strategic Planning Document provides information about different aspects of this architectural view. Additional documents generated by the system focus on different aspects of this view.


Following is the list of support documents generated by the system with brief description.

 Support Documents Available




Large Initiative Strategic Plan

  • Overview and background on the initiative being planned for.
  • Services needed for implementing the initiative.
  • Prioritized list of services that concert the initiative.
  • Cost and benefit analysis and SWOT analysis
  • Background on administrative services  




Business Plan

  • Template for business plan
  • Business and company information
  • Service specific Information needed




Project Management (Monitoring and Control) Report

  • Project initiation tasks
  • Project planning tasks
  • Project execution tasks
  • Project monitoring tasks
  • Project closing tasks




Audit List

  • Policies checklists
  • Procedures checklist
  • Security checklist
  • Technology checklist




Administrative (Governance) Guidelines

  • Public awareness and marketing activities needed
  • Possible funding sources
  • Training and capacity building needed
  • Ethical guidelines to be followed
  • Failure risks and how to minimize and manage them
  • Governance guidelines and appropriate standards



Standards Used

  • Best Practices used (e.g., SOA, TOGAF, PMBOK, CMM)
  • International Standards Used (e.g., ISO 9000, ITIL, NIEM)