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Timeliness - definitions

Timeliness : A characteristic of Information Quality_ measuring the degree to which data is available when knowledge workers or processes require it.

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Source: Larry English, External, 12-Feb-2009 10:52

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Timeliness : coming early or at the right, appropriate or adapted to the times or the occasion.

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Source: Martin Eppler, External, 12-Feb-2009 10:52

Timeliness - A characteristic of data. It means rules for whether data is available during the time frame when it is needed.

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Source: The Data Governance Institute, 28 December 2009 13:15:22, External

Timeliness - Data are current enough to be valid.

Public Schools of North Carolina, 04 May 2010 11:55:45, External

Timeliness - Data timeliness is one of the most frequent Data Quality_ dimensions that must be managed. Data may be accurate and complete at the time of data entry, but the real-world construct the data refers to may change over time, thus making the same data inaccurate and incomplete. Maintaining data timeliness is an important part of continuous master data quality improvement.

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Stibo Systems, 29 May 2011 10:13:03, External

Timeliness - A dimension of Quality_ relating to (1) the time taken between the occurrence of the characteristics/events being measured and the release of statistical output and (2) whether the output of a collection is sufficiently up-to-date for the user's purpose.

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Australian Bureau of Statistics, 28 November 2012 11:16:49, External  

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