The Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF) is an EA framework developed by the government of the United States. 


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FEAF promotes an overall approach to developing and using enterprise architecture in the federal government. EA became an acknowledged best practice in management and strategy development in the US with the passage of the Clinger-Cohen Act in 1996. As a result, the first version of FEAF was published in 1999. The latest version of the framework is FEAF-II (v2), which was released in 2013 following the publication of The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture a year earlier.

FEAF provides a common framework and management tools that federal agencies may use to guide their policy and increase the number of shared approaches to IT service delivery. This standardization of EA development and use practices among federal agencies promotes greater effectiveness in reaching desired goals.

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