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Australian Government Architecture Reference Models Version 3.0

Australian Government Architecture Reference Models Version 3.0

Australian Government Architecture Reference Models Version

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    Level 4 Measurement groupings Level

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    4.3.1 Program outcomes The followin

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    Subtype Measures of effects that in

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    Measurement Area Measures of effect

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    4.4.1 Product consumption 2101 Time

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    4.4.2 Service delivery 2201 Availab

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    Measurement Area Rationale Defined

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    3 OUTPUTS 31 Products 32 Services 3

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    4.6 Work domain ‘Work’ is the g

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    4.6.2 Ad hoc tasks 4201 Task effici

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    Understanding the performance relat

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    [4305] Process Reliability [4306] P

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    4.7 Inputs domain It could be argue

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    Measurement Area Rationale Defined

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    4.7.2 Data and information In the i

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    4.7.5 Money 55 Money 5501 Costs (mo

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    First order Second order Higher ord

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    Measurement Indicator Rationale Cur

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    BRM Business Area 1 Contains lines

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    [109] Employment [10901] Human Reso

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    5.3 Services for Citizens Business

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    Business Sub Function Defines the s

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    5.3.9 [109] Employment A Employment

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    5.3.12 [1012] Immigration A Immigra

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    5.3.14 [1014] International Relatio

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    5.3.17 [1017] Natural Resources A N

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    5.3.24 [1024] Trade A Trade involve

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    5.4.1 [201] Credit and Insurance F

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    5.5 Services Support Business Area

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    5.6.1 [401] Administrative Manageme

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    Example 1: Financial Assistance to

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    6 Service Reference Model 6.1 Intro

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    6.3 Customer Services Domain The Cu

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    6.3.2 [1002] Customer Preferences C

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    6.4.2 [1102] Routing and Scheduling

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    6.5.1 [1201] Management of Process

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    6.5.4 [1204] Supply Chain Managemen

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    6.6.2 [1302] Document Management Ca

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    6.7 Business Analytical Services Do

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    6.7.3 [1403] Knowledge Discovery Ca

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    6.8.1 [1501] Data Management Capabi

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    6.9 Support Services Domain The Sup

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    7 Data Reference Model 7.1 Introduc

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    Standardisation Area Description Da

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    The DRM abstract model is an archit

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    7.7 Data Context Standardisation Ar

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    Term Definition Other AGA Reference

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    section, as well as through the cat

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    Term Definition Document (human rea

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    Concept Attribute Description Examp

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    While it may have been physical evi

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    Based upon this analysis, the archi

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    architect should plan to provide th

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    Term Definition Exchange Package An

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    The table below summarises each of

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    Term Definition Digital Data Resour

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    8.2 Structure Organised in a hierar

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    8.3.1 [3001] Access Channels Access

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    Service Standards Defined by Exampl

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    8.4.2 [3102] Delivery Servers Deliv

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    Service Standards Defines Examples

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    8.4.5 [3105] Hardware/Infrastructur

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    Service Standards Defines Examples

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    8.5 Component Framework Service Are

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    8.6 Service Interface and Integrati

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    Term Definition Australian Governme

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    Term Definition Business Service [t

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    Term Definition Data Element Regist

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