Category Archives: Data Governance Toolkit Tiles

Any child categories also automatically become tiles, so I should have no child categories.

Data Governance Toolkit: Purpose, Structure, Process Charter

Purpose, Structure, Process

Formal data governance for Part C or Part B 619 programs provides both program oversight functions organized into a decisionmaking structure and a process for management to develop, review, and implement data governance policies. A purpose, structure, and process charter outlines the approach to Part C or Part B program data governance and details basic information about the Part C or Part B 619 program and data system.

Data Governance Toolkit: Data Breach Response

Data Breach Response

Data breaches are not the concern of just information technology staff; they are the concern of everyone who has access to and handles Part C/Part B 619 data. A data breach may take numerous forms, from inadvertent disclosure of personally identifiable information (PII) to intentional hacking.

Data Governance Toolkit: Data Quality

Part C and Part B 619 programs rely on data to inform decisions on program improvement, track child and family progress, and report performance to federal, state, and local policymakers and other stakeholders. Using inaccurate or poor quality data to report on program performance or make decisions will result in erroneous conclusions.

Data Governance Toolkit: Data Security and Access

Icon: Data Security & Access

Part C and Part B 619 programs collect and maintain large amounts of data, including personally identifiable information (PII), on the children and families they serve. To protect and safeguard Part C and Part B 619 PII and other important data, programs should develop and implement policies that address how these data are secured and who may access the data.

Data Governance Toolkit: Data Requests

Data Requests

State agencies for Part C and Part B 619 regularly receive requests for data from internal and external parties. While protection of personally identifiable information (PII) is paramount, appropriately sharing data can lead to innovations in research, policies, and practices – innovations that benefit children, families, and practitioners/teachers.