The Information domain defines the roles, technologies, standards, and policies necessary to manage, store, design, and provide the information asset for the State. The disciplines under this domain deal with the transactional nature, decision-making requirements, and geographic component inherent in all information.
Defines the roles, standards, and decision-making criteria for the acquisition and deployment of the components that perform the systematic process of finding, selecting, organizing, and distilling information in a way that provides internal, as well as external users easy access to information (i.e. document management, data warehouse and data-marts). Additionally, the Knowledge Management domain defines the components that provide capabilities to store and map demographic insight of the users, what they want, why they want it, and when they want it. Transactional data information is extracted and matched with demographic information to give a 360° perspective of the customer. This data is summarized and historical information is captured.
- Extract, Transform, and Load
- Data Warehouse/Data Marts
- Document Management
- Data Mining
- Information Classification
- Business Intelligence (Demographics)
- Electronic Messaging
- Storage& Retention
- Data Cleansing
Defines the roles, standards, and technologies for data definition, design, management, and administration as a recognized enterprise-wide resource. The Data Management discipline provides a process-independent view of all enterprise-wide data stored and housed in a manner that enables Knowledge Management and Application Engineering while adhering to all Security and Privacy requirements.
- Logical Data Dictionary
- Data Standards
- Data Security
- Conceptual - Logical Design & Modeling
Defines the standards and technologies for implementation of Geographic Information Technology.
- Geographic Information Systems
- Global Positioning Systems
- Interactive Internet Mapping Service
- Geospatial Metadata
- Geospatial Data Development Standards
- Computer Assisted Design
- Remote Sensing
- Spatial Indexing, Cartography (Symbology)
- Analog-to-Digital Capture Systems
- Image Processing
Defines the standards and technologies for database management systems.
- DB Servers
- Distributed DB Systems
- Physical Design and Modeling
- Business Continuity
- Physical Data Dictionary