Data governance at Georgetown is a collaborative, team effort with a common goal to ensure our data framework allows for data quality, integrity, and security. The responsibility for well managed data sits with every department that creates and consumes data.
Effective data governance requires university departments to proactively communicate about pending data related projects, issues with current processes, and peer best practices to adopt. While the Data Governance Advisory Committee is one forum for these conversations to happen, other discussion groups and task forces work in parallel to the committee by executing priority projects or providing additional forums for communication and collaboration.
Data Governance Advisory Committee
Sets Georgetown’s data governance strategy and oversees the execution of certain priority projects assigned to cross-functional task forces. Learn more here.
Data Analytics Discussion Group
Provides opportunities for campus representatives to discuss and present on their data-related projects and to learn best practices from others. Learn more here.
Launched by the Data Governance Advisory Committee, Task Forces address specific topics and challenges, and recommend solutions that can be implemented across the University.