Federal Integrated Business Framework
|Service Area Ecosystem|
What is the Federal Integrated Business Framework (FIBF)?
The FIBF is a model that enables the Federal government to better coordinate and document common business needs across agencies, focusing on outcomes, data, and cross-functional end-to-end business processes. It is the essential first step towards standards that will drive economies of scale and leverage the government’s buying power. The FIBF includes five components:
The cross-functional end-to-end business processes the FIBF currently covers include:
010. Budget Formulation-to-Execution
091. Post-to-Onboard (Talent Acquisition)
092. Needs-to-Outcomes (Talent Development)
093. Plan-to-Appraise (Employee Performance Management)
094a. Plan-to-Compensate (Payroll & T&A)
094b. Plan-to-Compensate (Compensation and Benefits)
095e. Counseling-to-Retirement (Separation and Retirement)
How is the FIBF being built?
The FIBF is being developed and defined by cross-agency working groups led by the respective Managing Partner/Service Area Lead.
|Service Area||Managing Partner/Service Area Lead|
|Financial Management||Treasury, Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation|
|Grants Management||Interagency Workgroup|
|Human Capital||Office of Personnel Management, Human Resources Line of Business|
|Information Systems Security||DHS Information Systems Security Line of Business|
|Procurement||DHS Office of the Chief Procurement Officer|
|Records Management||National Archives and Records Administration|
|Travel||GSA Federal Acquisition Service|
As a part of the development process, the FIBF is also being examined from a cross-functional perspective by the Business Standards Council. This is a key component of achieving a cross-functional, interoperable set of government-wide standards for administrative services.