Data Quality Management Based on Data Profiling in E-Government Environments
Recently, it is important to manage the quality of e-government data for guaranteeing the reliability of e-government to the public and being consistent in interoperating that data among legacy information systems in e-government environments. Data quality management is to try removing an invalid data and manipulating an incomplete or a revisable data on running database. So it is necessary that discovering, analyzing and reviewing that data which caused distrust in e-government. Data profiling is a process of analyzing location, structure, value of data and data profile included metadata for managing the valid data among that systems. In this paper, we present an approach of data profiling among legacy information systems in e-government environments to manage the quality of data and to guarantee the reliability of e-government to the public. So we enumerate some invalid, incomplete and revisable data that is needed to manipulate in proper. The proposed approach will be caused the advanced data quality of e-government and reliability to the public.
KeywordsData Quality Management Data Profiling Interoperability Information System E-Government
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