Business classification framework (Definition)

A logical structure developed for the business layer of the Government Enterprise Architecture which defines the Queensland Government's generic classification scheme in terms of business systems and functions required to meet organisational requirements. This framework provides a taxonomy for categorising the business processes used across the Queensland Government so agencies can reach a common viewpoint of the Business Domains across the Queensland Government for consistency in ICT Planning across Government. As the framework is based on what the process does rather than where it is applied, such classification can identify any overlaps in business processes and activities within the agency as well as a basis for potential future business partnering between agencies with similar business process profiles.

Last Reviewed: 08 February 2018



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