Information Integrity (I*I): the Next Quality Frontier

  title={Information Integrity (I*I): the Next Quality Frontier},
  author={Madhavan K. Nayar},
  journal={Total Quality Management \& Business Excellence},
  pages={743 - 751}
  • M. Nayar
  • Published 1 July 2004
  • Computer Science
  • Total Quality Management & Business Excellence
Information Integrity is the trustworthiness or dependability of information. More specifically, it is the accuracy, consistency and reliability of the information content, processes, and systems. Today’s approach to Information Integrity is fragmented, ad-hoc, and unscientific. This paper will examine current practices related to Information Integrity, discuss a new framework, and explain why Information Integrity is an exciting new frontier for quality professionals and others. 
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