Paper Title
Enterprise Architecture Country Examples Review - Submitting a Proposal for Turkey

The aim of this paper is to examine and analyze the countries that have adopted institutional architecture applications and to make suggestions for the transition process of Turkey to institutional architecture applications. In the first part, we examine why enterprise architecture is necessary, what it is and its historical development. In the second part, we examine the countries that have adopted institutional architecture practices by examining the literature, dividing them by regions, how they manage the process, what they pay attention to and their development. In addition, the existing architecture in Turkey is examined and explained. The data obtained from the research were analyzed using statistical techniques. In the third part, based on the countries examined in the second part, the questions of which innovations have the greatest impact in Enterprise Architecture applications, which roles are successful or less successful, and how much they contribute to the overall business goals of the organizations are examined. In addition, based on these questions, suggestions for the development process of Turkey's institutional architectural practices were presented. The results show how rules, norms and values have changed and influenced Enterprise architecture programs and their institutionalization. Their relative importance changes as enterprise architecture programs progress. These results can assist researchers and practitioners in understanding enterprise architecture practice and challenges in public sector digital government initiatives, particularly in developing countries. Keywords - Enterprise architecture, Digital government, Public sector, Private sector