Information governance sets decision rights and accountability to ensure appropriate behavior in the valuation, creation, storage, and use of information. This includes the processes, roles, policies, standards, and metrics that ensure the effective and efficient use of information in enabling an organization to achieve its goals.
After helping dozens of government agencies with data and analytics, Salient CRGT developed an Information Governance Reference Operational Model. This model serves as a foundation to analyze and recommend a strategy with regards to people’s roles, responsibility, organization, processes, and technology. Salient CRGT collaborates with executives, managers, data stewards, and end users to understand business goals, strategies, and challenges. They then analyze gaps between current and future states, define gap implications, discuss alternatives, recommend best practices, and build a strategy and roadmap to drive towards enterprise information governance success.
Attendees of this webcast will learn more about this process and address challenges around:
- Data accuracy and reporting to your superiors
- Conflicting department reporting metrics
- The ROI of Governance and more
To learn more about how FedResults can help you achieve your goals, please contact us.