Within the framework of the mFUND research initiative of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) and in the course of the associated accompanying research, iRights.Lab is working on data governance in the mobility sector. Our work focuses on novel self governance structures of data-driven innovations for companies and public authorities. The third Data Governance Report has now been published.
The content of the third report focuses on the topic of data quality. It provides the results of the current online survey among the mFUND projects. The survey shows that ensuring data quality is an often underestimated challenge for companies, public authorities, associations and other private and public institutions.
In order to shed more light on the content focus, we discuss possible strategies for more data quality in a detailed interview with data governance expert Marco Geuer. Geuer makes it unmistakably clear: “Without data quality management there is no data governance”. The report also provides insight into key criteria for evaluating data quality.
The Data Governance Report is published as part of the mFUND accompanying research of iRights.Lab. Since 2016, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) has been funding research and development projects on digital data-based applications for the field of mobility 4.0. By developing a self governance concept, we want to enable public authorities and companies to set up their own rules and structures for responsible handling of the data they manage and use.
If you would like to receive the upcoming issues of the Data Governance Report directly in the future, please register directly for our newsletter.
Click here for the third issue of the Data Governance Report, May 2019.
Further information on the project can be found here.