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An Information Management Method and Framework for FIDIS  Foreword
BEST PRACTICE METHOD
 Requirements domain

 

Best Practice Method

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      The LSE’s researchers have developed and applied the Best Practice Method to assist institutions to build a framework of their operations and to design appropriate best practice procedures for improving performance,,. It aims to bring clarity to areas that are complex and inter-linked. It has adapted the method to incorporate issues such as:

       

       

      The LSE’s researchers have developed and applied the Best Practice Method to assist institutions to build a framework of their operations and to design appropriate best practice procedures for improving performance,,. It aims to bring clarity to areas that are complex and inter-linked. It has adapted the method to incorporate issues such as:

       

  1. Statutes and regulations 

  2. Risk assessments 

  3. Multiple disciplines within and between institutions 

  4. Compliance monitoring  

  5. Managing the sharing and exchanging of information 

  6. Roles and responsibilities of personnel 

  1. Integration of the activities of the institutions involved 

  2. Developing best practice procedures 

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The method is separated into four domains, as shown in Figure 2, namely the requirements domain; the business modelling domain; the information management principles domain; and the system specification domain. In FIDIS these domains cover all aspects of identity management. 

 


 

Figure 2 

 

 

 

An Information Management Method and Framework for FIDIS  D4.6_Final_Version_04.sxw  Requirements domain
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