Ian is an experienced Data Management professional with over 20 years' experience in the specification, collection, management, supply and assurance of data relating to infrastructure assets.
He has extensive experience in the management and control of electronic and multimedia records including microfilm, large scale paper drawings and plans. He also has significant experience in the creation of data management processes.
Ian is an assurance specialist, ISO9000 and IRCA approved trained lead auditor.
Ian has experience in various asset information roles with considerable experience in records management, asset registers, improvement project delivery, asset protection, document control, data migration and assurance. He has provided team leadership in buried services, information reporting, data quality, and hazard, traffic, geospatial, schematic & mapping service provision.
DQPVS 2: Data Dictionaries
In this presentation, Ian Rush draws on his extensive experience of developing and managing data dictionaries and talks us through:
- Why do we need a data dictionary?
- What are the benefits of data dictionaries compared with the cost involved?
- What does a data dictionary look like?
- How do we maintain a data dictionary?