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Senior Enterprise Architect


DRT Strategies delivers expert management consulting and information technology (IT) solutions to large federal agencies, the U.S. Navy, state and local government and commercial clients in health care, technology, and the financial services industries.

The three letters of our name, DRT, stand for Driving Resolutions Together, which is the core philosophy on which the company was founded. That is, we collaborate with our clients to solve their most pressing IT challenges - together.

We are problem solvers dedicated to your success, combining Fortune 500 experience with small business responsiveness. We have established a reputation with our clients as a forward thinking consulting firm with demonstrated success in implementing solutions that lead to meaningful results. Our world-class consultants unite people to work collaboratively to achieve project goals and make your vision a reality.


  • Review existing artifacts, to include previous stakeholder interviews, capability models, IT road map, and Agency EA, to build a holistic view of the organization's strategy, processes, information, and IT assets. Use this knowledge to ensure that the business goals and IT are in alignment.
  • Create architectural models or views that show how the current and future needs of an organization will be met in an efficient, sustainable, agile, and adaptable manner.
  • Design and implement models and interfaces to provide for present and future cross-functional requirements and interfaces. Identify, assess, and present options for meeting the functional and technical requirements.
  • Work across business and IT groups currently working in silos and be an influencer of the strategic and unified solution.
  • Convert existing requirements into the architecture and design that constitute the blueprint for the final solution.
  • Manage and execute preparation of process models in accordance with the guidelines/conventions of designated process modeling methodology, including creation and maintenance of process descriptions and glossary of terms, to ensure successful project performance.
  • Work with the Data Management Lead to identify domains with like capabilities that should be broken out into Data Standards workgroups within the center.
  • Conduct Technical Solutions Assessments and Trade-off Analysis.
  • Ensure that the solutions proposed are compatible and in compliance with the organization and other applicable Federal Standards for security, interoperability, accessibility and optimized data management (e.g., sharing, analytics, etc.)
  • Work collaboratively with team leads and supervisors to meet goals and objectives.
  • Own project deliverables such as an Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) and support quality processes by reviewing team documents and following standard quality processes.
  • Prepare executive briefings for client and senior management as needed
  • Perform status reporting on project progress, milestones, and decisions using various tools such as SharePoint, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.

Required Experience

  • Fifteen (15) or more years of relevant work experience.
  • Ten (10) years of practical experience with different IT stacks and implementations.
  • Experience as a solutions architect in various IT domains
  • Experience as an Enterprise Architect (federal agencies preferred)
  • Working knowledge of software development methodologies like Agile Scrum and Waterfall
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize workload based on needs of the client.
  • Ability to deal with ambiguity and frequent changes in priorities 
  • Self-Starter, but able to work well in a team environment

Preferred Experience

  • Experience with Regulatory and/or Scientific data
  • Experience working in the Federal Government
  • Experience with Troux or other EA modeling software

Education and Training

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other related technical fields
  • FEAC or other EA certifications preferred
  • Additional IT/architecture certifications preferred


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