Digital and Data Directive

Digital and Data Directive Bingo Card
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This bingo card has a free space and 24 words: Transparency: Government operates in a way that is easy for others to see what, why and how something is done., continuously evaluated and improved in an iterative manner, Chief Digital and Data Officer: work with TB/MBC to set digital strategy transformation priorities and ensure transformation initiatives are taking digital, lean and data driven approaches, Information Asset: An aggregation or grouping of information, including data, records, and publications, that can be defined and managed as a single unit so that it can be understood, shared, protected, and used effectively. Information assets hav, Enterprise Architecture (EA): The well-defined practice for conducting enterprise analysis, design, planning, and implementation, governed by best practices, standards, and principles. It provides a technology blueprint, Data informed: The use of data is considered in decision-making, designed to take advantage of reusable technology and data where available, Chief Digital and Data Officer: provide advice and guidance to government/ministries on potential opportunities to derive value from data, while still abiding by the principles of this directive, Governance: Rules, systems and accountability structures that enable an organization to ensure that service development and delivery activities comply with all applicable regulations and legislation, optimize investments and risk, ensure the ach, Open Format: A set of specifications used to store and transmit digital data that is platform independent, machine-readable and vendor-neutral., Equitable access: Access is equally available to all users., made with technology that is scalable, interoperable, secure, accessible and open, Digital Service: A government service delivered by means of the internet or other technology., Information Technology (IT): The equipment, software, services, processes and resources used to create, store, process, communicate and manage information., Prioritization of user needs: The needs of the user, determined through research and testing, are the first consideration in digital service delivery and the release of open data., designed in an iterative manner by a multi-disciplinary team that is empowered to prioritize incremental work and make decisions in the open whenever possible and designed to make the most effective use of data, Ontario Digital Service: • maintain this directive and support its implementation • develop and maintain digital and open data policies, guidelines and best practices that align to this directive as required, Data Asset: A type of information asset that is any aggregation or grouping of facts and figures stored in a structured format (“dataset”), as well as the additional information necessary for its management, access, and use. This includes database, Enterprise Technology Roadmap: A technical blueprint that identifies short- and longterm IT enablers, tools and solutions that will guide and support the government’s strategic transformational agenda., Continuous improvement: Government works in a way that demonstrates on-going, iterative improvement that is responsive to user need and supportive of the realization of benefit., designed in a user-centred manner, address user needs and be supportive of the users’ journey from end to end as determined through active user research, Deputy Ministers or CEOs/Chairs of Provincial Agencies: • adhere to and promote the principles and requirements in this directive and ensuring that ministry or provincial agency staff do the same • put in place processes that support the directive, Open Format: a set of specifications used to store and transmit digital data that is platform independent, machine-readable and vendor-neutral. and Management: Applying common management principles (planning, directing, controlling, evaluating) to digital services, technology and information assets in alignment with the direction set by governance bodies, to achieve organizational objectives..

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