Last week, I attended the Data Governance and Information Quality 2011 Conference, which was held June 27-30 in San Diego, California at the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa. In this blog post, I summarize a few of the key points from some of the sessions I attended.  I used Twitter to help me collect my notes, and you can access the complete archive of my conference tweets on Twapper Keeper.

In his pre-conference tutorial, David Loshin, author of the book “The Practitioner’s Guide to Data Quality Improvement,” described five stages comprising a continuous cycle of data quality improvement:

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