1. Animate the current CMS data management framework defined by the Data Management project. The target of the CMS Data management framework is to oversee globally all the data that CMS relies on for it’s day to day process including the CMS tools monitoring setup, and levels of data quality, exhaustivity, and timeliness.
2. Finalise the CMS Data management project, and transition from project to production mode, and in the future keep extending the data monitoring coverage to include all new tools used by CMS.
3. Finalize the design and deployment of KPI dashboards for the data management in collaboration with CMS stakeholders and IT support team for each data source, within the CMS reporting framework (ARM, Datalake, TABLEAU)
4. Steering the process of reviewing anomalies, identification and review of anomalies as they arise, analysis of impacts (severity / frequency) for users, analysis of root causes and identification of potential remediation plans with CMS and IT stakeholders, ensure responsibilities for each remediation action plan are clearly allocated and followed.
5. Keep track and Follow up on-going remediation actions plans identified as a result of the data management framework, under the responsibility of CMS stakeholders and/or the various IT resources and external vendors involved in the applicative maintenance of each tool used within CMS scope.
6. Contribute to the continuous improvement of the monitoring setup, in synchronisation with CMS stakeholders, as well as the various IT resources and external vendors within scope.
7. Maintain the governance and normative documentation defined by the Data management framework, refresh it on a regular basis, ensure that new norms and standards are considered as they arise.
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