The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and the Basel II Accord have generated requirements that deeply affect a wide range of IT-related activity within large financial institutions. This article places some of these requirements within the Zachman Framework and discusses how the Zachman Framework can serve as an effective means to help identify and classify these requirements.1 It provides a method for business and IT to obtain a perspective on what it will take to fulfill these regulations. It also demonstrates how the Zachman Framework can be practically employed to better manage complex tasks.

Table 1: Architecture Framework

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