Information quality depends a lot on the source.
“Illinois Shooter Lied on Gun-Card Form,” The Wall Street Journal, February 19, 2019 A3. The shooter on Friday’s massacre in Aurora, Illinois lied on his application to own a firearm. When the lie was discovered, the State revoked his card, and informed him he needed to turn in the weapon he had purchased.
How do your information controls deal with someone who lies? How well do you follow up when you tell someone to turn in his weapon, before he killed 5 people? Is four-and-a half years too long to wait?
What’s Information worth if you don’t act on it?