Data Domain Scope and Subdomains
Space Management and Real Estate Sub-domain
Institutional data created or stored by UW-Madison students, faculty, staff, or contracted service providers as a result of space allocation, analysis of usage data to promote optimal usage of campus spaces, managing real estate and lease transactions, and supporting multimedia classroom technology conducted by any means, including (but not limited to) through the use of information technology systems.
Data Trustees are university officials with authority over institutional data, as designated by Data Governance Council. Data trustees are accountable for managing, protecting, and ensuring the integrity and usefulness of institutional data and for upholding UW-Madison policies, UW System policies, state laws, and federal laws applicable to the institutional data.
The Data Trustee for the Facilities data domain, as assigned by Data Governance Council, is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning & Management.
Institutional Data Stewards
Institutional data stewards, who are assigned by and accountable to Data Trustees, help define, implement, and enforce data management policies and procedures within their specific data domain. Institutional data stewards have delegated responsibility for all aspects of how data is acquired, used, stored, and protected throughout its entire lifecycle from acquisition through disposition.
The Institutional Data Steward for the Facilities data domain, as assigned by the Data Trustee, is Jesse Winters, Space Management Office.
Major Data Systems
UW System Administrative Procedure 1031.A requires Institutional Data Stewards to identify and classify the major systems where data from their data domain resides. The name and classification of the major systems where Facilities data resides are:
Data Classification Rationale
UW System Administrative Policy 1031 and UW-Madison policy UW-504 require that data be classified according to its risk. Within the Facilities data domain, the classification rationale is:
|Internal||All Space Management and Real Estate data are classified as Internal||Facility-, floor-, and space-level data including facility and room square footage, organizational assignments, space use, and function|