Integration Competency Center Standard Requirements
- Almost every data warehouse project has the same objective: one version of the truth. however, what is data integration worth if there are still many ways most of which are flawed to interpret the data?
- Have you had problems with heterogeneous data, bad data, lack of storage capacity, unanticipated financial/time costs, inadequate cooperation from data owners or lack of data management expertise?
- If you could revise the agencies policy on technology and data sharing/quality i.e., strategic plans, adoption, development what would you change and what would you keep?
- How did you deal with data of different formats, data from different sources, different data definitions and standards, storage capacity, or data ownership problems?
- In order to accomplish these initiatives, what kinds of organizational, functional i.e., business process re-engineering or managerial changes were required?
- What are the DOTs technological strategies e.g. metadata, data dictionaries and data integration architecture for data sharing, integrating and interfacing?
- How do you identify and develop data sharing technologies, such as aggregate databases, data warehouses, datamarts or dedicated databases?
- What are your i.e., IT department future plans and expectations for technologies that promote data sharing & system integration?
- Are there any cultural, organizational and political factors i.e., barriers/catalysts that promoted or inhibited the process?
- Has the organization reorganized existing IT business functions in response to data/system integration initiatives?
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