Current, accurate, and complete

When decision-makers want information upon which to make decisions, they would like to that that information be current, accurate, and complete.  Don’t we all?

“Court Backs Purge of Voter Rolls,” The Wall Street Journal, June 12, 2018 A3.  Supreme Court allows Ohio to prune its voter rolls of people who haven’t voted in a long time and who don’t reply to an inquiry as to their status.

One would expect the government would take some care in maintaining its voter rolls.  Helps provide some integrity to the process.  Is that information governance?  But we want to make sure there’s a robust process to prevent inappropriate pruning.

Is this an analog for defensible deletion?

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