Get thorough definitions for data governance and data domains
Data governance is a critical part of ensuring data integrity, security, and accuracy at Rochester. By governing data, we can ensure that there are consistent and secure definitions, exchanges, and measurement of data—all of which help answer key questions and inform decision-making.
Our vision is that institutional data are securely accessible, understood, and trusted and is used in a consistent, responsible, and meaningful manner in order to increase interoperability, ensure reliability, and inform decision making in our community.
To that end, the University’s Chief Data Officer works with the Chief Information Officer and the Data Governance Council to carry out the University’s data governance mission.
Our objectives include:
If you work with data, or simply care about data, and have ideas or feedback to share regarding data definitions and processes at the University, we encourage you to contact our office.