Certified Data Governance Professional (DGSP)
Data governance is a data management  concept concerning the capability that enables an organization to ensure that high data quality exists throughout the complete lifecycle of the data. The key focus areas of data governance include availability, usability, consistency, data integrity and data security and includes establishing processes to ensure effective data management throughout the enterprise such as accountability for the adverse effects of poor data quality and ensuring that the data which an enterprise has can be used by the entire organization










Principal

Requires one exam be taken (90 minute exam on Data Governance and Stewardship) and passed at 70% or higher. Executive must show great input into industry. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.

Professional/Executive Management

Requires a 4-day workshop be attended Data Governance and Stewardship. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.

Professional/Mastery

Requires one exam be taken (90 minute exam on Data Governance and Stewardship) and passed at 70% or higher. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.

Associate/Practitioner

Requires one exam be taken (90 minute exam on Data Governance and Stewardship) and passed at 50% or higher. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.

Foundation

Requires one exam be taken (60 minute exam on Data Governance and Stewardship) and passed at 50% or higher. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.

In addition, all certifications require the following prerequisites listed below:

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