The 13th Architecture Community of Practice: Enterprise Architecture - The Singapore Prison Service Story

Singapore Prison Service (SPS) started on Enterprise Architecture (EA) since 2012. The presentation recounts the journey from the beginning of the EA initiative, the reason for change and the challenges that they faced and how they overcame them. SPS will be sharing on the benefits that they have reaped from the successful implementation of EA.

An Architecture Community of Practice (ACoP) Forum

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Who Should Attend

Anyone interested in learning, sharing and networking with fellow architecture practitioners

Date / Time / Venue
  • 25 February 2016, Thursday
  • 6:45pm – 8:45pm
  • Institute of Systems Science
    25 Heng Mui Keng Terrace
    Singapore 119615
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on Monday, 22 February 2016. Seats are limited and will be reserved on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Forum Agenda

6:45 pm Registration
7:00 pm Welcome by Agile CoP Core Team
7:05 pm Enterprise Architecture - The Singapore Prison Service Story
Kuai Ser Leng, Senior Assistant Director, Technology Singapore Prison Service
8:00 pm Refreshment and Networking


Kuai Ser Leng Mr. Kuai Ser Leng Senior Assistant Director, Technology, Singapore Prison Service View Biography

Mr. Kuai Ser Leng Senior Assistant Director, Technology Singapore Prison Service

Mr. Kuai Ser Leng is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Singapore Prison Service (SPS). He started his career as a uniformed officer, and have been involved in the development of the ICT for SPS over the years, including the implementation of the world's first Integrated Security System (ISS) at Changi Prison Complex. After taking over the helm of Technology Branch in 2011, he has led the branch to win several regional ICT awards, including CIO Awards 2012 - CIO 100 Index, National Infocomm Awards 2012, IT Excellence Awards (Best Security Strategy) 2012 and Futuregov Award 2013. In recent years, through the implementation of Enterprise Architecture, he leads the transformation of the key ICT systems in SPS, designing them to meet the increasing complexity of user requirements amid the challenges of cyber security and the need to improve work productivity.