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ISO 8000


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8000
Updated: 2016-12-10T19:39Z

ISO 8000, the global standard for Data Quality and Enterprise Master Data, describes the features and defines the requirements for the Data Quality and Portability of Enterprise Master Data. Master Data is typically "internal" business information about clients, products and operations. The standard is currently under development, but is quickly being adopted by many Fortune 500 corporations and certain public agencies involved in the regulation and supervision of financial markets around the world. ISO 8000 is one of the emerging technology standards that large and complex organizations are turning to in order to improve business processes and control operational costs. The standard will be published as a number of separate documents, which ISO calls "parts".

ISO 8000 is being developed by ISO technical committee TC 184, Automation systems and integration, sub-committee SC 4, Industrial data. Like other ISO and IEC standards, ISO 8000 is copyrighted and is not freely available.[1]

Published parts

The following part has already been published:

  • ISO/TS 8000-1:2011, Data quality — Part 1: Overview[2]
  • ISO 8000-2:2012, Data quality — Part 2: Vocabulary[3]
  • ISO 8000-61:2016, Data quality — Part 61: Data quality management: Process reference model[4]
  • ISO/TS 8000-100:2009, Data quality — Part 100: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Overview[5]
  • ISO 8000-102:2009, Data quality — Part 102: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Vocabulary[6]
  • ISO 8000-110:2009, Data quality — Part 110: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Syntax, semantic encoding, and conformance to data specification[7]
  • ISO/TS 8000-120:2009, Data quality — Part 120: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Provenance[8]
  • ISO/TS 8000-130:2009, Data quality — Part 130: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Accuracy[9]
  • ISO/TS 8000-140:2009, Data quality — Part 140: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Completeness[10]
  • ISO/TS 8000-150:2011, Data quality — Part 150: Master data: Quality management framework[11]

Further reading

Benson, Peter (2009), "ISO 8000 Data Quality — The Fundamentals, Part 1", Real-World Decision Support (RWDS) Journal, 3 (4) 

Benson, Peter (2008), NATO Codification System as the foundation for ISO 8000, the International Standard for data quality (Oil IT Journal) (PDF) 

Benson, Peter (2009), ISO 8000 — A new international standard for data quality 

Benson, Peter (2010), Peter Benson discusses the certification options of ISO 8000 (Live Recording) 

Grantner, Emily (2007), "ISO 8000 — A Standard for data quality", Logistics Spectrum (Oct.-Dec.) 

West, Matthew (2009), "ISO 8000 — the Emerging Standard for Data Quality", IAIDQ's Information and Data Quality Newsletter, 5 (3)  (full article requires no cost registration to access)

References

  1. ^ ISO copyright policy
  2. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-1:2011
  3. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-2:2012
  4. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO-61:2016
  5. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-100:2009
  6. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-102:2009
  7. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-110:2009
  8. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-120:2009
  9. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-130:2009
  10. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-140:2009
  11. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-150:2011
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