Data governance consists of many components including data system inventory, data request, data stewardship and data quality. We have blog posts on the resources (blog posts, videos, recorded webinars, etc.) available to you in these areas.
An important component of data governance is having a data system inventory. Data at an organization needs to be understood, individually and collectively, and that can’t be done without a data system inventory. Organizations need to take defined steps to build their data system inventory and have a process to maintain.
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An important component of data governance is the request of data. Organization’s need an established data request process that is known and easy to use. The life cycle of data requests consists of inquiries about data, requests for deliverables, analysis of report details and data definitions, report development and report delivery.
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An important component of data governance is data stewardship. Data governance is about helping people. The data stewards are the team that assists others with data governance and management.
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An important component of data governance is data quality. And there are many parts to data quality including sources, issues, impact, people roles, content and processes.
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IData has a solution, the Data Cookbook, that can aid the employees and the organization in its data governance, data stewardship and data quality initiatives. IData also has experts that can assist with data governance, reporting, integration and other technology services on an as needed basis. Feel free to contact us and let us know how we can assist.
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