Data review and roadmap case study for Fair Work Commission

Review of data management for better data governance.

Learn how we were engaged by the Fair Work Commission to conduct a review of how they manage a wide range of data related to cases across multi jurisdictions and internal business units. The major outcomes of the collaboration included a comprehensive roadmap for the Commission.

Overview

The Commission is Australia’s national workplace relations tribunal. It was established by the Fair Work Act 2009 (Fair Work Act) and is responsible for administering the provisions of the Fair Work
Act.

The Commission manages a wide range of data related to cases across multi jurisdictions and internal business units. As part of the recently established Data Governance Committee, the Commission sought a review of how they managed their data.

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