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The Performance Reference Model (PRM) supports architectural analysis and reporting in the strategy sub-architecture view of the overall EA. The PRM allows agencies to better manage the business of government at a strategic level, by providing a means for using the EA to measure the success of investments and their impact on strategic outcomes. The PRM shows the linkage between internal business components and the achievement of business and customer-centric outputs and outcomes.[1]

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  1. The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture, at 48.

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