GC Enterprise Architecture/Working Groups

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture Community of Practice

The Enterprise Architecture Community of Practice is a TBS led EA community formed to assist Enterprise Architects. The EA CoP member is open to anyone, meets monthly and there is an online forum to pose questions, raise discussions and share best practices. Please contact the EA team (EA.AE@tbs-sct.gc.ca) to be added to the monthly meeting invitation.

Business Architecture

Business Architecture Working Group

GC Enterprise Architecture/Business Capability Model

The Business Capability Model for the Government of Canada is a collaborative effort between several departments to provide a view of the GC enterprise. The model cuts across departmental silos to describe what we do to achieve our business outcomes. We are currently consulting departments to collect feedback for the first version.

G&C Business Design and Process Working Group

Information Architecture

GC Enterprise Data Community of Practice

The GC Enterprise Data Community of Practice draws data and information practitioners of all varieties, independent of level or area of practice. The goal of the community is to build a space for sharing information and raising awareness related to data practices and activities across the GC.

Sub working groups from Enterprise Data Community of Practice are:

Data Architecture Working Group
Reference Data Management Working Group
Data Governance Working Group
Data Quality Working Group
Data Cataloguing Working Group
People and Culture Working Group

Data Science @ GoC

A common space for practitioners of Data Science within the Public Service of Canada.  Share resources and connect with others exploring the cutting-edge of Machine Learning, Neural Networks & Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Data Visualization.

Artificial Intelligence Policy - Workspace

Welcome to the workspace for the upcoming paper Responsible Artificial Intelligence in the Government of Canada. This is where we will work together to build a policy framework for the implementation of AI applications in federal institutions.

Application Architecture

Government of Canada Interoperability

Our goal is to enable the transition to digital government and to support the Government as a Platform vision by making it easy for government departments to share their data with each other and the outside world in a modern, secure, and unified way. We do this through: LEADERSHIP: Make it...

FLOSSING - Free Libre Open Source Software in Government

This is a Treasury Board led group under the Enterprise Architecture Domain, and is open to members of Crown Institutions and the Public as a whole.

Application Modernization Working Group

This is a group on Gcxchange that enables collaboration with departments on the subject of application modernization.

Technology Architecture

Cloud Infocentre

Everything you need to know for Cloud & DevOps

GC Cloud Working Group

GC Cloud Working Group supports the secure adoption of cloud services by providing advice to departments, assessing cloud service requests, and developing GC Enterprise guidance.

Security Architecture

#SecureGCDigital Forum

Welcome to the #SecureGCDigital Forum Page! Cyber Security is crucial to the new digital world we live in, and at TBS we’re working hard to provide full security and guidance to the GC. This forum is for discussing and sharing ideas, information and tips related to areas such as Identity, Credential and Access Management; Enterprise Security Architecture; and Cyber Security Event Management.

Pan-Canadian Trust Framework

Trust frameworks define and standardize processes and practices, and specify data protection policies that government agencies, banks, telecommunication companies, health care providers, and businesses agree to follow with regard to establishment and use of trusted digital identities.

Around the world, governments and industries are developing technology and policy frameworks, more commonly known as trust frameworks. A trust framework enables digital identity and, by extension, facilitates trust worthy digital transactions.