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Enterprise Technology Dictionary -- Letter B

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Benefits Management

Definition:
Advantage, privilege, right, or financial reimbursement (such as that made under an insurance policy, medical plan, or pension plan)
Theme(s):
Enterprise Architecture, Administrative and Financial Systems
Context:
Business Functions

Budgetary Control

Definition:
The control or management of a governmental unit in accordance with an approved budget for the purpose of keeping expenditures within the limitations of available appropriations and available revenues.
Theme(s):
Enterprise Architecture, Administrative and Financial Systems
Context:
Business Functions

Budgeting

Definition:
A plan of financial operation embodying an estimate of proposed expenditures for a given period of time or purpose and the proposed means of financing them.
Theme(s):
Enterprise Architecture, Administrative and Financial Systems
Context:
Business Functions

Business Analytics

Definition:
Business analytics includes all forms of data analysis of extremely large, complex data sets (big data) that are manipulated for business (mission) consumption
Theme(s):
Technology Business Management, Enterprise Architecture, Business Intelligence
Context:
IT Business Function

Business Application / System

Definition:

An application or system which has a direct impact on the delivery of services to department/agency employees, clients or consumers.

Theme(s):
General IT, Enterprise Architecture, Portfolio Management, Technology Business Management

Business Continuity

Definition:

The activities performed by the agency to ensure critical functions are available to entities needing access to those functions.  Business continuity is related to restoring normal day-to-day functions in the event of service disruptions. Business continuity planning is different than disaster recovery planning.

Theme(s):
Enterprise Architecture, Disaster Recovery
Context:
Disaster Recovery