Progress in improving information and data quality will be constrained by human factors – fear, in particular – unless enlightened management devises and implements an information quality safe harbor.

By definition, a safe harbor provides shelter from the storm. In this case, the storm is the organizational and technical disruption caused when information quality defects surface unexpectedly. As proposed here, an information quality safe harbor consists of three dimensions:

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