It is somewhat hard to fill in the table without knowing the exact details beside what I can gather up from wiki that the incident was mainly attributed to
damage to lift wing of shuttle going undetected during lift-off and even before point of re-entry. The reason for being so is due to change in design specifications of thermal protection system which didn't cater up for uncommon occurrence of impact damage to it during flight i.e damage during launch sequence.
The ones in red I believe are some of the area which were missed or inadequately addressed.
Why the Zachman framework? This is the kind of framework that would be used to see where NASA is successful as an institution in putting a man on the moon. But failing to add a check on sensors as basic as one which would alert when significant damage is done to its critical structure, i.e. the left wing?