Naval Supply Systems Command: Data Administration planning and implementation
Barber, Mark H.
Richey, Paul R.
Dolk, Daniel R.
Hart, E. Neil
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The Paperwork Reduction Act of 1980 mandated that federal government activities establish and enforce Information Resource Management policies. It also recommended the establishment of a Data Administration Branch within federal activities to provide an organizational entity devoted to effective information management. This presents guidelines for the successful implementation of Data Administration, describes a standard for an Information Resources Dictionary System (the Data Administrator's primary tool), and makes recommendations for planning an Information Resources Dictionary System implementation.
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