GM-01: Create and formalize a data governance structure, including committees and roles with assigned responsibilities.
GM-02: Create and publish data governance related polices, guidelines, procedures, and resources.
GM-03: Create and formalize a technology governance structure, including committees and roles with assigned responsibilities.
GM-04: Create and publish technology governance related polices, guidelines, procedures, and resources.
GM-05: Align data and technology governance structures, establishing in-takes, hand-offs, and workflows.
GM-06: Implement a data management platform that will: inventory data assets (e.g., systems inventory), manage the entry and maintenance of assets, provide easy discovery of assets, enhance the capabilities of access/security/privacy, and enable better data services to customers.
GM-07: Create and establish a series of data categorizations that foster rich meta-data of our assets (e.g., data domains).
GM-08: Implement an enterprise capability for responsible roles to monitor and assess data quality.
GM-09: Create and publish data lifecycle (i.e., retention and disposition) related policies, guidelines, procedures, and resources.
GM-10: Address compliance risk to USG data governance requirements.
IN THE WORKS
Georgia Tech is in the process of establishing a data governance structure. Data governance is charged with guiding policy and business processes to ensure our data is governed, managed, secured, and compliant.