ALLIANCE Meetings Information Quality

Information Quality describes the fitness for use of the information provided.

It is important that information consumers understand where the data comes from so they can assess how much to trust any reports, metrics and other measures based on this data.

Is the data all the data or are some parts missing? Comprehensiveness
Does the data conform with reality? How many "corrections" or how much transformation was required when loading the data. Validity
How up-to-date is the data? When was the data loaded into the system? Timeliness

The data is complete, accurate, and up-to-date

This is the system of record for all Alliance Meetings (But not the Group Meeting!). This means that it is the authoritative source.