• Quality of our information management


    Fit for purpose


    Users and uses


    Reliable, accurate, current, consistent

    Timely and complete

    Targeted to meet audience needs

    Readily able to be shared and re-used

    Available, subject to privacy and security considerations

    Easy to find, understand and use

    Self-service (only for analysis not creation)

    Able to be manipulated flexibly

    Corporately agreed standard reporting

    Data available for risk and intelligence purposes and ad hoc querying

    Clearly articulated leverage points and performance metrics

    Top down and bottom up feedback loops

    The Chief Knowledge Officer has responsibility for:

    • implementing the information framework
    • defining mission critical information
    • defining information ownership
    • developing, and conforming with, standards
    • providing consultancy
    • establishing infrastructure
    • providing assurance
    • auditing enterprise compliance


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    Last modified: 08 Mar 2016QC 33511