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A good working group is key to the success of a data quality project. A small group including expertise in the collection, use and technical aspects of the data can be worth much more than the sum of its parts in all phases: planning, execution and documentation. It is important to include people with deep expertise in the subject of the data. Members of any data coordinating group, data governance group or other mechanism to address data issues across departments will be valuable members of the Working Group. Difficulty assembling a working group (including getting commitments to meet on a regular basis) can be a sign that there is not yet enough support to make the project viable. Consider this task complete after the first meeting of the Working Group.
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Categories of people whose expertise should be represented in the Working GroupPersonContact InfoAvailability for Regular MeetingsExplicit Commitment Obtained (yes/no)
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People who collect the data
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People who maintain the data
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People who use the data
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People helping temporarily with this project
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People concerned with data across your agency or government
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First Meeting Agenda
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Resource Assessment
Date of first meeting:
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Effort/Payoff Matrix
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Timeline
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Final Goal Statement
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other agenda items
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Contact the author at sfsinger@campaignscientific.com, @sfsinger, 267-414-3119. Guide available for download at bit.ly/DQGuide. Submit feedback at bit.ly/SingleStepsFeedback
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Working Group