Data Governance Committees

Definition updated on November 2023

What are data governance committees?

Standards and guidelines pertaining to data governance are approved by data governance committees. If your organization is huge, a governance committee may be broken up into sub-committees in order to handle the rising challenges. The establishment of policies and processes for managing the organization's data assets, including data quality, security, privacy, access, and usage, is crucially dependent on the work of data governance committees. The committee helps to set controls to guide organizational protocols related to constituent interaction across all business units and to oversee processes and technology linked to the database of record. When creating a structure for efficient project management and communication between business units, a governance committee should ideally take into account the role of people and technology to ensure long-term success. Organizations are able to provide outstanding service to their stakeholders and develop a sustainable technology and data environment when a governance committee is correctly implemented.

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