The Government Enterprise Architecture for New Zealand (GEA-NZ) framework provides a simple structure for the information and tools that support purposeful change across and within government organisations.
About the GEA-NZ Framework
The Government Enterprise Architecture for New Zealand (GEA-NZ) framework guides our transformation towards coherent digital government and includes a layered architecture framework.
Dimensions of the GEA-NZ framework
Find information about each dimension of the GEA-NZ framework, and download reference taxonomies.
- Overview of the GEA-NZ Framework
- GEA-NZ dimension: Strategy, investment and policy
- GEA-NZ dimension: Governance and performance
- GEA-NZ dimension: Standards
- GEA-NZ dimension: Identity, privacy and security
- GEA-NZ dimension: Business
- GEA-NZ dimension: Data, information and analytics
- GEA-NZ dimension: Application and software services
- GEA-NZ dimension: Infrastructure
GEA-NZ reference taxonomies
Understand, and access or download the latest GEA-NZ reference taxonomies.
A business capability is what an organisation needs to deliver its business strategy and achieve its outcomes. Business capabilities encompass people, processes, information, and technology.
Government Business Capability Model
The Government Business Capability Model provides a set of typical business capabilities for government organisations to apply to how they operate by linking strategy to their resources and assets.