The Data Management Assessment for the ANCDS CoE
"A pact that is freely assumed, visible, and expected to be kept by all parties." ("Maturity Questionnaire" by CMU/SEI-94-SR-7 epecial Report, D. Zubrow & et. al., June 1994).
Activities Performed, Measurement & Analysis, Validating Implementation, GOAL: Baseline Established; Ready for Continuous Improvement, Optimizing implementations R>=65%, Business-based ROIs sufficiently realzied (R=25%), Enterprise-wide data support operation is sufficiently realized, Validation tools are sufficiently automated (R=5%), Data Stewardship processes can be robustly realized despite operational data asset changes (R=10%), Customer/user sustained support for continuous improvement (R=15%), ROIs based on Value-added Data Quality is sufficiently realizied (R=25%), Data Quality can be optimized automatically, (enterprise-wide), Full mission-capable can be or is sufficiently realized (R=20%), Sufficient measurements R>=75%, Measurable Data Management activities and Processes against metrics/criteria (R=35%), Data & Metadata Processes sufficiently robust to change organization-wide, across-boundaries, Data conflict management & resolution efficiently resolved, Data Asset & Products within Federated operation are sufficiently realzied (R=10%), Customers, Stakeholders, & Users involvement, Partial-to-full mission-capable is realized (R=35%), Validation data tools & mechanisms are adequately implemented, Validation of processes & activities against planned objective, organization-wide, Other Data Quality against metrics & criteria have been adequately complied with (R=20%), Sufficient Activities R>=60%, Data Management processes/activities sufficiently aligned organization-wide or across boundaries (R=35%), Sufficiently resolved data integration interfaces implementation, Data integration standard-based, Data Quality challenges sufficiently resolved organziation-wide, Sufficiently managed Processes with federated services, discovery & accessibility implemented, Change Management sufficiently aligned organization-wide (R=20%), Data Stewardship realized across-boundaries, Organizaiton-wide, fully realized ADS, Data & Metadata processes sufficiently in place organization-wide, Data & Metadata Processes sufficiently robust to change, Customer / Stakeholders User (e.g. Domain) Satisfaction (R=25%), Most feedbacks (e.g. data quality challenges) become proactive rather than reactive, Sustained support from customer/user, Sufficiently verified processes & activities against planned objectives (R=20%)
Sufficient Abilities, R>=70%, Competent Personnel Available & with some but not sufficient process activities (R=25%), COI, IPT, Working Group or Forum membership and infrastructure in placed, Processes with or without federated operations realized & with some implementations, Defined activities & processes and how they will be performed, Some Management Activities but insuficiently aligned organization-wide (R=20%), Management Activities & Processses based on Standards or best practices, Needed resources for process development & intgeration identified, Data Integration Points or Interface (mostly) indentified, but insufficiently implemented, Monitoring & Measuring for process control & improvement & intended output, Metrics/Criteria identified for process measurement of effectiveness & efficiency, Change/Modification Management not fully aligned organization-wide (R=15%), Data & Metadata Processes realized, Identified Process owners also become ADS, Data Stewardship strategy or plan, Data Quality draft plan, Cross-boundary Data Validation draft plan, All Critical (data quality) feedbacks have no adequate solution(s) (R=40%), Effectiveness of Data asset feedbacks, Active member of governing bodies or conflict resolution forum
Org. Charter established & understood (R=10%), Guidance Policy or Directive document(s), MOA or LOI or related, Organizational purpose defined
Establish Funding (R=50%), Funding Pending
Plan of Action & Schedule (R=40%), Task Goals & Objectives Established, Adequate documentation to enable consistent process operations., Policies & Objectives clearly identified based on requirements, needs, & epectations, Process owners with responsibility & autjority ensuring effective interactivity, Determine input & output of the processes