DoDAF 101: Introduction to DoDAF

This 1-day course provides an introduction to DoDAF Version 2.02 and the principles needed to develop complete, defensible architectures using DoDAF and established systems engineering processes and tools.


Who should attend this course?

Personnel who are interested in leading architecture development projects or a general introduction to DoDAF.

What will the course cover?

This 1-day course covers the following topics:

  • What is an architecture, and what is the DoD Architecture Framework?

    Our instructor explains what the Department of Defense means by developing an architecture and how the DoDAF defines what an architecture should consist of.

  • What policies drive the requirements for the DoD Architecture Framework?

    Our instructor describes which key policy documents drive the requirements for DoDAF, such as Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA), and DoD 5000.

  • What are the DoDAF products?

    At a high-level, our instructor describes each of the DoDAF products, how to select which ones to produce, and how they are linked together.

  • How can we better communicate the results of our architecture?

    Discusses the means to communicate architecture results to a wide array of interested parties.


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