Why
National
Enterprise Architecture?

Coherent collection of policies, standards, and guidelines to guide government agencies in the design, acquire implement, and manage ICTs

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Governance
Framework

Governance will ensure sustainability and maturity improvements

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Standards
and
Guidelines

Standards and guidelines will enable better coordination and interoperability.

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Reference
Models

Reference models can be re-used by organization for ICT initiatives.

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SHEIKH HASINA

Hon’ble Prime Minister


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SAJEEB WAZED

Adviser to Hon'ble PM


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Zunaid Ahmed Palak MP

Honorable State Minister


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Strategic Alignment

Enables higher performance by optimizing the contributions of people, process and technology.

Process Optimization

Looking inward within the business organization and supporting application space.

Cost reduction

Focus on technology standardization, efficiencies, skill leverage and potential retirement of aging and high cost system.

National Enterprise Architecture and Interoperability Framework for Government of Bangladesh


Selection of three e-Services (ePension, Sim Registration and Food Procurement System) for implementation

Draft NEA Reports submitted

Session to be held for senior leadership in Bangladesh


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Bangladesh NEA Framework comprises of governance, standards & guidelines and reference models.
  • Governance will ensure sustainability and maturity improvements.
  • Standards and guidelines will enable better coordination and interoperability.
  • Reference models can be re-used by organization for ICT initiatives

Newsletter - June 2015
  • Swapan Kumar Sarker Executive Director, BCC

    True eGovernance may be achieved through efficient and effective use of ICT capabilities in execution of Government functions which constitute Governance

  • Md. Rezaul Karim Project Director, LICT

    The National Enterprise Architecture will help in better alignment of strategic governance and the information technology utilized to support the strategy leading to greater scalability, increased flexibility in meeting the ever increasing demands on government

  • Tarique M Barkatullah Deputy Project Director, LICT

    The National Enterprise Architecture will help to consolidate existing ICT infrastructure and reduce complexity in existing ICT infrastructure. It will provide the flexibility and capability to make decisions to make, buy, or out-source IT solutions, thus reducing the overall risk in new investment and the costs of IT ownership

In case you need any help

Access Reference Models

Standards, implementation guidelines, architecture maturity model, reference models are designed for all the domains

Frequently Asked Questions

Please visit FAQs section to understand the finer nuances of NEA and understand how to implement it for your Ministry or Department.

CHECK FORUM

Discuss new developments, thoughts and queries on implementation of NEA and its core domains.

Key Users

The list on the right projects the key Ministries and Government Departments which are implementing NEA in their Organization.