Treasury Enterprise Architecture Framework

Treasury Enterprise Architecture Framework (TEAF) was an Enterprise architecture framework for treasury, based on the Zachman Framework. It was developed by the US Department of the Treasury and published in July 2000. May 2012 this framework has been subsumed by evolving Federal Enterprise Architecture Policy as documented in "The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture".

The material presented here is obsolete and only useful for historical reference and is not the current policy in use by the Department of the Treasury.

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