This session will include a moderated Q&A featuring questions from the live audience.
Compliance reporting is often regarded as a drain on institutional resources. For example, a 2014 Vanderbilt University study found the cost of compliance in the higher education sector to be over $27 billion, $17 billion of which was spent on accreditation-related reporting.
What happens when we flip that and frame compliance reporting as a data governance opportunity? What happens when we curate reusable data assets that meet compliance requirements and internal assessment needs?
In this session, Cynthia Cain Fitzgerald will discuss how Antioch used accreditation and compliance requirements to develop reporting assets designed to meet external reporting requirements and save thousands of people hours each year. Fitzgerald will cover methodology, tools used, and the impact on institutional data governance.