Definition Edit

The enterprise life cycle is

[t]he integration of management, business, and engineering life cycle processes that span the enterprise to align IT with the business.[1]
[a] robust methodology used to implement business change and information technology modernization.[2]
[a] structured business systems development methodology that requires the preparation of specific work products during different phases of the development process.[3]

References Edit

  1. A Practical Guide to Federal Enterprise Architecture, at 68, App. B, Glossary.
  2. Tax Information Security Guidelines For Federal, State and Local Agencies, at 152.
  3. Annual Assessment of the Internal Revenue Service Information Technology Program, at 36.

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