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Information Governance combines the potentially separate but overlapping areas of privacy, security, data quality, and information management into a single, integrated governance structure to ensure that the full information lifecycle is managed professionally.
This charter template covers:
- The Information Governance Leadership roles and responsibilities.
- The Information Asset Owner Council roles and responsibilities.
- The scope of the Information Governance Model.
The core value that all members of the organization must embrace is that information is an asset that should be governed and evaluated for worth on a reoccurring basis based on the prevailing business goals and conditions.