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OGEA-10B Practice Exam Questions with Answers TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Bridge Exam (English) Certification

Question # 6

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

You are working as Chief Enterprise Architect at a large Internet company. The company has many divisions, ranging from cloud to logistics. The company has grown rapidly, expanding from initially selling physical books and media to a range of services including an online marketplace, live-streaming. eBooks. and cloud services.

Overall management of the numerous divisions has become challenging. Recent high-profile projects have overrun on budget and under delivered, damaging the company's reputation, and adversely impacting its share price. There is a widely held view within the executive management that the organization structure has played a major role in these project failures.

The company has an established Enterprise Architecture program based on the TOGAF standard, sponsored jointly by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Information Officer (CIO). The CEO has decided that the company needs to reorganize its divisions around artificial intelligence and machine learning with a focus on automation. The CEO has worked with the Enterprise Architects to create a strategic architecture for the reorganization, including an Architecture Vision, together with definitions for the four domain architectures. This sets out an ambitious vision of the future of the company over a three-year period. This includes a set of work packages and includes three distinct transformations.

The CIO has made it clear that prior to the approval of the detailed Implementation and Migration plan, the EAteam will need to assess the risks associated with the proposed architecture. He has received concerns from key stakeholders across the company that the proposed reorganization may be too ambitious and there is doubt whether it can produce sufficient value to warrant the risks.

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You have been asked to recommend an approach to satisfy these concerns. Based on the TOGAF Standard, which of the following is the best answer?

A.

The Enterprise Architects should evaluate the organization's readiness to undergo change. This will allow the risks associated with the transformations to be identified, classified, and mitigated for. This should include identifying dependencies between the set of changes, including gaps and work packages. It will also identify improvement actions to be worked into the Implementation and Migration Plan. The business value, effort, and risk

B.

The Enterprise Architects should bring together information about potential approaches and produce several alternative target transition architectures. They should then investigate the different architecture alternatives and discuss these with stakeholders using the Architecture Alternatives and Trade-offs technique. Once the target architecture has been selected, it should be analyzed using a state evolution table to determine the Transiti

C.

Establishing interoperability in alignment with the corporate operating model will ensure risks are minimized. The Enterprise Architects should apply an interoperability analysis to evaluate any potential issues across the architecture. This should include the development of a matrix showing the interoperability requirements. These can then be included within the transformation strategy embedded in the target transition architectures. The E

D.

Before preparing the detailed Implementation and Migration plan, the Enterprise

Architects should review and consolidate the gap analysis results from Phases B to

This will identify the transformations required to achieve the proposed Target

Architecture. The Enterprise Architects should then assess the readiness of the

organization to undergo change and determine an overall direction to address and

mitigate ri

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Question # 7

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

You are working as the Chief Enterprise Architect within a law firm specializing in personal injury cases. Many of the firm's competitors have improved their litigation strategies, and efficiency by streamlining their processes using Artificial Intelligence {Al).

The CIO has approved a Request for Architecture Work to examine the use of Machine Learning in defining a new Al-driven litigation and finance process for the firm. This process would instruct the lawyers and analysts as to what tasks and portfolio they should work on. The key objectives are to increase task profitability, maximize staff utilization, and increase individual profitability.

The CIO has emphasized that the architecture should enable the fast implementation of continuous Machine Learning. The solution will need to be constantly measured for delivered value and be quickly iterated to success.

Some of the partners have expressed concerns about letting the Al make the decisions, others about the risks associated with use of it for the type of service they deliver. The CIO wants to know if these concerns can be addressed, and how risks will be covered by a new architecture enabling Al and Machine Learning.

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You have been asked to respond to the CIO recommending an approach that would enable the development of an architecture that addresses the concerns of the CIO and the concerns of the partners.

Based on the TOGAF standard which of the following is the best answer?

A.

You recommend that a Communications Plan be created to address the key stakeholders, the most powerful and influential partners. This plan should include a report that summarizes the key features of the architecture reflecting their requirements. You will check with each key stakeholder that their concerns are being addressed. Risk mitigation and agility will be explicitly addressed as a component of the architecture being developed.

B.

You recommend that an analysis of the stakeholders is undertaken resulting in documenting the stakeholders and their concerns in a Stakeholder Map. The concerns and relevant views should then be defined for each group and recorded in the Architecture Vision document. The requirements will include risk mitigation through regular assessments. This will also allow a supervised agile implementation of the continuous Machine Learning.

C.

You recommend that all possible models be created for each candidate architecture that will enable the Al and Machine Learning solution. This ensures that all the necessary data and detail is addressed. A formal review should be held with the stakeholders to verify that their concerns have been properly addressed by the models. Agility will be considered during Phase G Implementation Governance.

D.

You recommend creation of a set of business models that can be applied uniformly across all architecture projects. The stakeholders will be trained to understand the business models to ensure they can see that their concerns are being addressed. Risk will be addressed once the Security Architecture is developed, which will happen later to avoid slowing down the agility required by the CIO.

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Question # 8

Which of the following describes a purpose of Architecture Principles?

A.

To describe likely impacts resulting from successful deployment of the target architecture.

B.

To establish a common understanding of how to control the business in pursuit of strategic objectives

C.

To provide a better understanding about the enterprise's culture and values

D.

To form a contract between sponsoring organization and the enterprise architects

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Question # 9

Which of the following best describes the purpose of the Gap Analysis technique?

A.

To govern the architecture throughout its implementation process

B.

To develop a set of general rules and guidelines for the architecture

C.

To identify items omitted from the Target Architecture

D.

To allocate resources for architecture projects

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Question # 10

Which of the following supports the need to govern Enterprise Architecture?

A.

The Architecture Project mandates the governance of the target architecture

B.

The TOGAF standard cannot be used without executive governance

C.

Best practice governance enables the organization to control value realization

D.

The Stakeholders preferences may go beyond the architecture project scope and needs control

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Question # 11

Which of the following describes the practice by which the enterprise architecture is managed and controlled at an enterprise-wide level?

A.

Corporate governance

B.

Architecture governance

C.

IT governance

D.

Technology governance

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Question # 12

Consider the following descriptions of deliverables consumed and produced across the TOGAF ADM cycle.

  • General rules and guidelines, intended to be enduring and seldom

amended, that inform and support the way in which an organization sets

about fulfilling its mission

  • The joint agreements between development partners and sponsors on the

deliverables, quality, and fitness-for-purpose of an architecture.

  • A document that is sent from the sponsoring organization to the

architecture organization to trigger the start of an architecture

development cycle

  • A set of quantitative statements that outline what an implementation

project must do in order to comply with the architecture.

Which deliverables match these descriptions?

  • 1 Architecture Principles -2 Architecture Contracts - 3 Request for Architecture Work - 4 Architecture Requirements Specification
  • 1 Architecture Contracts - 2 Architecture Requirements Specification - 3 Architecture Vision - 4 Architecture Principles
  • 1 Architecture Requirements Specification -2 Architecture Principles - 3 Architecture Vision - 4 Architecture Contracts
A.

1 Architecture Principles -2 Architecture Contracts - 3 Architecture Requirements Specification-4 Request for Architecture Work

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Question # 13

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

Your role is that of a senior architect, reporting to the Chief Enterprise Architect, at a medium-sized company with 400 employees. The nature of the business is such that the data and the information stored on the company systems is their major asset and is highly confidential.

The company employees travel extensively for work and must communicate over public infrastructure using message encryption, VPNs, and other standard safeguards. The company has invested in cybersecurity awareness training for all its staff. However, it is recognized that even with good education as well as system security, there is a dependency on third-parly suppliers of infrastructure and software.

The company uses the TOGAF standard as the method and guiding framework for its Enterprise Architecture (EA) practice. The CTO is the sponsor of the activity.

The Chief Security Officer (CSO) has noted an increase in ransomware (malicious software used in ransom demands) attacks on companies with a similar profile. The CSO recognizes that no matter how much is spent on education, and support, it is likely just a matter of time before the company suffers a significant attack that could completely lock them out of their information assets.

A risk assessment has been done and the company has sought cyber insurance that includes ransomware coverage. The quotation for this insurance is hugely expensive. The CTO has recently read a survey that stated that one in four organizations paying ransoms were still unable to recover their data, while nearly as many were able to recover the data without paying a ransom. The CTO has concluded that taking out cyber insurance in case they need to pay a ransom is not an option.

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You have been asked to describe the steps you would take to improve the resilience of the current architecture?

Based on the TOGAF standard which of the following is the best answer?

A.

You would determine business continuity requirements, and undertake a gap analysis of the current Enterprise Architecture. You would make recommendations for change requirements to address the situation and create a change request. You would manage a meeting of the Architecture Board to assess and approve the change request. Once approved you would produce a new Request for Architecture Work to activate an ADM cycle to carry out a project t

B.

You would monitor for technology changes from your existing suppliers that could improve resilience. You would prepare and run a disaster recovery planning exercise for a ransomware attack and analyze the performance of the current Enterprise Architecture. Using the findings, you would prepare a gap analysis of the current Enterprise Architecture. You would prepare change requests to address identified gaps. You would add the changes implem

C.

You would ensure that the company has in place up-to-date processes for managing change to the current Enterprise Architecture. Based on the scope of the concerns raised you recommend that this be managed at the infrastructure level. Changes should be made to the baseline description of the Technology Architecture. The changes should be approved by the Architecture Board and implemented by change management techniques.

D.

You would request an Architecture Compliance Review with the scope to examine the company's resilience to ransomware attacks. You would identify the departments involved and have them nominate representatives. You would then tailor checklists to address the requirement for increased resilience. You would circulate to the nominated representatives for them to complete. You would then review the completed checklists, identifying and resolving

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Question # 14

What component of the Architecture Repository represents architecture requirements agreed with the Architecture Board?

A.

Reference Library

B.

Architecture Capability

C.

Architecture Requirements Repository

D.

Governance Log

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Question # 15

What does the TOGAF ADM recommend for use in developing an Architecture Vision document?

A.

Requirements Management

B.

Architecture Principles

C.

Gap Analysis

D.

Business Scenarios

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Question # 16

Which of the following best describes the purpose of the Architecture Requirements Specification?

A.

It contains an assessment of the current architecture requirements

B.

It provides a set of statements that outline what a project must do to comply with the architecture

C.

It is sent from the sponsor and triggers the start of an architecture development cycle

D.

It defines the scope and approach to complete an architecture project

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Question # 17

What is an objective of the ADM Implementation Governance Phase?

A.

To provide continual monitoring of the governance framework

B.

To ensure conformance for the target architecture

C.

To finalize the Implementation and Migration Plan

D.

To establish the resources for architecture governance

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Question # 18

Consider the following statement.

Projects may cycle between ADM phases, in planned cycles covering multiple phases.

What does it illustrate?

A.

Requirements management

B.

Iteration

C.

Implementation governance

D.

Enterprise Architecture

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Question # 19

Which of the following statements about architecture partitioning is correct?

A.

Partitions are used to simplify the management of the Enterprise Architecture.

B.

Partitions are equivalent to architecture levels.

C.

Partitions reflect the organization's structure.

D.

Partitions are defined and assigned to agile Enterprise Architecture teams.

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Question # 20

What is presented as ”striking a balance between positive and negative outcomes resulting from the realization of either opportunities or threats?

A.

Agile development

B.

Architecture Security

C.

Transition Management

D.

Risk Management

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Question # 21

Consider the following statement:

According to the TOGAF Standard a governed approach of a particular deliverable will ensure a system of continuous monitoring to check integrity changes decision-making and audit of all architecture-related activities

Which deliverable is being referred to?

A.

An Architecture Contract

B.

The Architecture Definition Document

C.

The Architecture Vision

D.

The Statement of Architecture Work

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Question # 22

Which phase of the ADM has the purpose to develop an Enterprise Architecture Capability?

A.

Phase G

B.

Preliminary Phase

C.

Phase A

D.

Phase B

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Question # 23

What can architects present to stakeholders to extract hidden agendas, principles, and requirements that could impact the final Target Architecture?

A.

Solutions and Applications

B.

Alternatives and Trade-offs

C.

Business Scenarios and Business Models

D.

Architecture Views and Architecture Viewpoints

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Question # 24

Which of the following are the four purposes that typically frame the planning horizon, depth and breadth of an Architecture Project, and the contents of the EA Repository-?

A.

General Foundational Subordinate and Superior Architecture

B.

Segment, Capability. Enterprise and End-to-end Target Architecture

C.

Avant-Garde Big-Bang, Discreet and Cohesive

D.

Strategy Portfolio Project Solution Delivery

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Question # 25

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

You are the Chief Enterprise Architect at a large food service company specializing in sales to trade and

wholesale, for example, restaurants and other food retailers.

One of your company's competitors has launched a revolutionary product range and is running a very

aggressive marketing campaign. Your company's resellers are successively announcing that they are not

interested in your company's products and will sell your competitor's.

The CEO has stated there must be significant change to address the situation. He has made it clear that

new markets must be found for the company's products, and that the business needs to pivot, and address the retail market as well as the existing wholesale market.

A consideration is the company's ability and willingness to change its business model, and if it is a temporary or permanent change. An additional risk factor is one of culture. The company has been used to a stable business with a reasonably well known and settled client base - all with its own local understandings and practices.

The CEO is the sponsor of the EA program within the company. You have been engaged with the sales,

logistics, production, and marketing teams, enabling the architecture activity to start. An Architecture Vision, Architecture Principles, and Requirements have all been agreed. As you move forward to develop a possible Target Architecture you have identified that some of the key stakeholders' preferences are incompatible. The incompatibilities are focused primarily on time-to-market, cost savings, and the need to bring out a fully featured product range, but there are additional factors.

Refer to the scenario

You have been asked how you will address the incompatibilities between key stakeholder preferences.

Based on the TOGAF standard which of the following is the best answer?

A.

You would seek to understand value preferences and priorities of the stakeholders. You would

develop alternative Target Architectures, highlighting the gaps between current state and the

alternatives. You would consider combining features from one or more alternatives in collaboration

with the stakeholders. A formal stakeholder review should then be held to decide which alternative is

fit for purpose and should be mo

B.

You recommend that since the CEO has stated that the company must pivot, it is better to

compromise on a full product range rather than time-to-market. You would develop just enough of the

Target Architecture to demonstrate fitness of the proposed approach. You would limit the description

to just where there is a gap between the current baseline. You would seek approval by the

stakeholders to move forward with develo

C.

You would use the Architecture Vision, Principles, and Requirements to define a set of criteria for

alternatives and create a set of architecture views to illustrate the impact of the alternative Target

Architectures. You would identify the impact on planned projects. You would understand the strengths

and weaknesses of the alternatives. You would conduct a formal stakeholder review to decide which

alternative to mov

D.

You would review the Stakeholder Map and ensure that you have addressed and represented the

concerns of all department heads. You will involve them in resolving the incompatibilities. The

Communications Plan should include a report that summarizes the key features of the architecture

with and how incompatibilities were resolved to reflects the stakeholders' requirements. You will

check with each key stakeholder they

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Question # 26

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

You have been appointed as Chief Enterprise Architect (CEA). reporting to the Chief Technical Officer (CTO), of a company established as a separate operating entity by a major automotive manufacturer. The mission of the company is to build a new industry leading unified technology and software platform for electric vehicles.

The company uses the TOGAF Standard as the basis for its Enterprise Architecture (EA) framework, and architecture development follows the purpose-based EA Capability model as described in the TOGAF Series Guide: A Practitioners'Approach to Developing Enterprise Architecture Following the TOGAF® ADM.

An end-to-end Target Architecture has been completed with a roadmap for change over a five-year period. The new platform will be a cross-functional effort between hardware and software teams, with significant changes over the old platform. It is expected to be developed in several stages over three years. The EA team has inherited the architecture for the previous generation hardware and software automotive platform, some of which can be carried over to the new unified platform. The EA team has started to define the new platform, including defining which parts of the architecture to carry forward.

Enough of the Business Architecture has been defined, so that work can commence on the Information Systems and Technology Architectures. Those need to be defined to support the core business services that the company plans to provide. The core services will feature an innovative approach with swarm data generated by vehicles, paving the way for autonomous driving in the future.

The presentation and access to different variations of data that the company plans to offer through its platform pose an architecture challenge. The application portfolio and supporting infrastructure need to interact with various existing cloud services and data-

Refer to the scenario

You have been asked what approach should be taken to determine and organize the work to deliver the requested architectures?

Based on the TOGAF standard which of the following is the best answer?

A.

You would look outside the enterprise to research data models and application portfolios of leading big data businesses. You would develop just enough applications, data, and technology architecture to identify options. For each project this should include identification of candidate architecture and solution building blocks. You will identify solution providers, perform a readiness assessment, and assess the viability and fitness of the so

B.

You would refer to the end-to-end Target Architecture for guidance and direction. The first objective should be to identify projects, dependencies and synergies, then prioritize before initiating the projects. You will develop high-level architecture descriptions. For each project you would estimate effort size, identify reference architectures, and candidate building blocks. You will identify the resource needs considering cost and value.

C.

You will revisit ADM Phase A. identifying the stakeholders and creating a new Architecture Vision. You will update the Stakeholder map produced for the strategic architecture so it reflects the stakeholders who are now the most relevant to the projects that are to be developed. You would then ask the CTO to make some decisions about the Architecture Roadmap, and update the Implementation and Migration Plan to reflect the decisions.

D.

You will research leading data businesses, developing high-level Target Data, Application and Technology Architectures. You would review the Architecture Vision in order to estimate the level of detail, time, and breadth of the ADM cycle phases that will be needed to develop the architecture. You will identify and cost major work packages, and then develop an Architecture Roadmap. You would then seek approval by the Architecture Board and i

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Question # 27

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

Your role is that of a consultant to the Lead Enterprise Architect in a multinational automotive manufacturer.

The company has a corporate strategy that focuses on electrification of its portfolio, and it has invested

heavily in a new shared car platform to use across all its brands. The company has four manufacturing

facilities, one in North America, two in Europe, and one in Asia.

A challenge that the company is facing is to scale up the number of vehicles coming off the production line to meet customer demand, while maintaining quality. There are significant supply chain shortages for electronic components, which are impacting production. In response to this the company has taken on new suppliers and has also taken design and production of the battery pack in-house.

The company has a mature Enterprise Architecture practice. The TOGAF standard is used for developing

the process and systems used to design, manufacture, and test the battery pack. The Chief Information

Officer and the Chief Operating Officer co-sponsor the Enterprise Architecture program.

As part of putting the new battery pack into production, adjustments to the assembly processes need to be made. A pilot project has been completed at a single location. The Chief Engineer, sponsor of the activity, and the Architecture Board have approved the plan for implementation and migration at each plant.

Draft Architecture Contracts have been developed that detail the work needed to implement and deploy the new processes for each location. The company mixes internal teams with a few third-party contractors at the locations. The Chief Engineer has expressed concern that the deployment will not be consistent and of acceptable quality.

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The Lead Enterprise Architect has asked you to review the draft Architecture Contracts and recommend the best approach to address the Chief Engineer's concern.

Based on the TOGAF Standard, which of the following is the best answer?

A.

For changes requested by an internal team, you recommend a memorandum of understanding

between the Architecture Board and the implementation organization. For contracts issued to third-

party contractors, you recommend that it is a fully enforceable legal contract. You recommend that

the Architecture Board reviews all deviations from the Architecture Contract and considers whether to

grant a dispensation to allow the

B.

For changes undertaken by internal teams, you recommend a memorandum of understanding

between the Architecture Board and the implementation organization. If a contract is issued to a

contractor, you recommend that it is a fully enforceable legal contract. If a deviation from the

Architecture Contract is found, you recommend that the Architecture Board grant a dispensation to

allow the implementation organization to c

C.

You review the contracts ensuring that they address project objectives, effectiveness metrics,

acceptance criteria, and risk management. Third-party contracts must be legally enforceable. You

recommend a schedule of compliance reviews at key points in the implementation process. You

recommend that the Architecture Board reviews all deviations from the Architecture Contract and

considers whether to grant a dispensatio

D.

You recommend that the Architecture Contracts be used to manage the architecture governance

processes across the locations. You recommend deployment of monitoring tools to assess the

performance of each completed battery pack at each location and develop change requirements if

necessary. If a deviation from the contract is detected, the Architecture Board should allow the

Architecture Contract to be modified meet the

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Question # 28

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

You are serving as the Lead Architect for an Enterprise Architecture team within a leading multinational biotechnology company. The company works in three major industries, including healthcare, crop production, and agriculture. Your team works within the healthcare division.

The healthcare division is developing a new vaccine, and has to demonstrate its effectiveness and safety in a set of clinical trials that satisfy the regulatory requirements of the relevant health authorities. The clinical trials are undertaken by its research laboratories at multiple facilities worldwide. In addition to internal research and development activities, the healthcare division is also involved in publicly funded collaborative research projects with industrial and academic partners.

The Enterprise Architecture team has been engaged in an architecture project to develop a secure system that will allow the healthcare researchers to share information more easily about their clinical trials, and work more collaboratively across the organization and also with its partners. This system will also connect with external partners.

The Enterprise Architecture team uses the TOGAF ADM with extensions required to support healthcare manufacturing practices and laboratory practices. Due to the highly sensitive nature of the information that is managed, special care has been taken to ensure that each architecture domain considers the security and privacy issues that are relevant.

The Vice President for Worldwide Clinical Research is the sponsor of the Enterprise Architecture activity. She has stated that disruptions must be minimized for the clinical trials, and that the rollout must be undertaken incrementally.

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You have been asked to recommend the approach to identify the work packages for an incremental rollout meeting the requirements.

Based on the TOGAF standard which of the following is the best answer?

A.

You recommend that the Solution Building Blocks from a Consolidated Gaps, Solutions and Dependencies Matrix be grouped into a set of work packages. Using the matrix as a planning tool, regroup the work packages to account for dependencies. Sequence the work packages into the Capability Increments needed to achieve the Target Architecture, so that the implementation team can schedule the rollout one region at a time to minimize disruption. D

B.

You recommend that a Consolidated Gaps. Solutions and Dependencies Matrix is used as a planning tool for creating work packages. For each gap classify whether the solution is either a new development, purchased solution, or based on an existing product. Group the similar solutions together to define the work packages. Regroup the work packages into a set of Capability Increments to transition to the Target Architecture considering the sched

C.

You recommend that an Implementation Factor Catalog is drawn up to indicate actions and constraints. A Consolidated Gaps. Solutions and Dependencies Matrix should also be created. For each gap. identify a proposed solution and classify it as new development, purchased solution, or based on an existing product. Group similar activities together to form work packages. Identify dependencies between work packages factoring in the clinical trial

D.

You recommend that the set of required Solution Building Blocks be determined by identifying those which need to be developed and which need to be procured. Eliminate any duplicates. Group the remaining Solution Building Blocks together to create the work packages using a CRUD (create, read, update, delete) matrix. Rank the work packages and select the most cost-effective options for inclusion in a series of Transition Architectures. Schedu

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