Definitions Edit

General Edit

A Data Reference Model (DRM) is

a framework to enable information sharing and reuse via the standard description and discovery of common data and the promotion of uniform data management practices.[1]

U.S. federal government Edit

Data Reference Model (DRM) version 2.0 is

one of six reference models of the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) version 2.0. It is a classification taxonomy used to describe the context for information exchanges and the type of data entities and attributes in a particular solution architecture at the system, segment, agency, sector, federal, national, or international level. The DRM can help to identify opportunities for collaboration, shared services, and solution reuse in agency IT portfolios and inter-agency Lines of Business.[2]

References Edit

  1. California Office of Systems Integration, Definitions (full-text).
  2. The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture, at 45 (Terms and Definitions).

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