Enterprise architecture (EA) translates business vision and strategy into effective enterprise change by illustrating how information, business and technology work together to accomplish the state's business objectives. Learn more about how EA is innovating for Washington.
Geospatial Program Office
The Washington State Geospatial Program Office provides open data leadership, guidance, policy direction, and oversight within Washington state government. The office works closely with GIS departments throughout Washington state agencies to provide both partners and constituents with the geospatial information they require to make informed decisions. Learn more about the GIS program.
Open government data is a valuable resource that can be used by citizens and businesses of the state to fuel entrepreneurship, innovation, and scientific discovery. Learn more about Washington's open data.
Information technology (IT) portfolio management provides a framework that supports the art and science of making decision about technology investments. Portfolio management includes a mix of policy, asset allocation and resourcing that balances risk against performance. Learn more.
Technology Business Management (TBM)
Technology Business Management (TBM) is a set of best practices for running IT like a business to effectively and consistently communicate the cost of technology along with the business services it provides. The state TBM program managed by WaTech is responsible for establishing the governance, policies, standards, practices, and processes needed to monitor IT investments. Learn more about TBM in Washington state.