One of the key requirements to achieving a more efficient and effective information landscape is the establishment of a collective governance function
The detailed proposals for the collective governance of the information landscape have been discussed with key stakeholders and the HE Data Landscape Steering Group is being established at HESA in August 2016.
What will it do?
The core objectives of the group will be a reduction in burden for HE providers and an improvement in the quality, timeliness and accessibility of data and information for all stakeholders.
It will do this by providing oversight and leadership for the information landscape and providing a forum in which data collectors and HE providers can come together to improve the collection, sharing and handling of data. Where appropriate it will challenge and make recommendations about data collection and processing issues to institutions, data collectors and other bodies across the sector.