Data Architecture Services: Governance Review
Environmental Protection Agency | Published August 6, 2015 - Deadline August 24, 2015
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Data Architecture can be defined as the models, policies, rules and standards that
govern what and how data is collected, stored and put to use in an organisation.
The EPA regularly undertakes internal and external IT projects of varying scales,
and while many of these projects have applied best practice data management, it
was recognised that the EPA did not have consistent models, policies, rules and
standards for the capture, quality, use, transformation, reporting and accessibility
This gap has resulted in the establishment of a Data & Information Architecture
team as part of an Enterprise Architecture approach in the EPA. The Data &
Information Architecture team has produced a number of artefacts in relation to
data, and now require resources experienced in the area to review these against
public sector and industry best practice.