This level of architecture is defined in the common approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework and focuses on international partnerships of (the U.S. Federal) Government with other governments, global industry, non-profits, and other groups. These international-level architectures often center on the enablement of shared services, wherein the roles of provider and consumer need to be detailed and a comprehensive business model for the service provides the requirements for the architecture.

Source: See Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (common approach - as explained in Collaborative Planning Methodology).

One example of a partnership with an international level of scope is the partnership for the Addis Ababa Action Agenda (Actor Atlas), including for monitoring and evaluation as addressed by its third chapter: Addis Ababa Action Agenda - III. Data, monitoring and follow-up.