Data is Executed Policy

  • Data is “the persistent memory proof” of policy executions. In short, data is executed policy.
  • Processes are the procedures through which policy is executed and data is created.
  • Policy and procedures run the business.
  • Policy executions produce data
  • Data stored in databases are the persistent memory of the organization.
  • "Data" specifications are policy definitions.
  • Process specifications are procedure definitions.
  • All data (i.e., policy) specifications are metadata.
  • All process (i.e., procedure) specifications are metadata.
  • A metadata database, i.e. a metabase, is a database for all Policy and Procedure Specifications.
  • Data Management manages both metadata and data.
  • A data management program is what creates, evolves, and maintains data management.

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